Bermuda Football Team Defeat El Salvador 1-0

November 16, 2018 | 15 Comments

[Updated: Bermuda defeat El Salvador 1-0, with goal by Nahki Wells!]

The Bermuda Men’s National Football Team is set to play against El Salvador at the National Sports Center this evening [Nov 16], with the game forming part of the CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier.

This will mark the third match for Bermuda in this inaugural Concacaf Nations League Qualifying Round, following after their 12 – 0 hammering of Sint Maarten last month, and their 3 – 1 loss to Aruba in September.

Bermuda’s team will include Nahki Wells, Reggie Lambe, Jahquil Hill, Zeiko Lewis, Dante Leverock, Wendell Tre Ming, Dale Eve, Lejaun Simmons, William White, Cecoy Robinson, Jaylon Bather, Daren Usher, Tevahn Tyrrell, Donte Brangman, Roger Lee, Liam Evans, Tomiko Goater, Osagi Bascome, Willie Clemons, Calon Minors and Casey Castle.

Staff are Kyle Lightbourne – Head Coach, Ray Jones – Assistant Coach, Scott Morton – Assistant Coach, Brendalee White – Team Manager, Maurice Lowe – Technical Development Director, Johnny Moreira – Goal Keeper Coach, Duane Dickinson – Equipment Manager and Craig Brown – Apex Physio.

Locals are urged to come out and support our football team on Friday, with the match offering the chance to see the island’s top professionals in action, and tickets are available online at ptix.bm/bfa or at the BFA Clyde Best Center of Excellence in Prospect. VIP Club Tickets cost $50, tickets for adults are $25, and tickets for children [U12] and seniors are set at $10.

As this is a CONCACAF Nations League Qualifier there are rules surrounding coverage and the media are prohibited from recording video or doing any live broadcasting, however Bernews will be bringing you live text updates via @BernewsSports Twitter as well as in this article when the game gets underway this evening.

Concacaf have been streaming matches on their website, and the match tonight is listed on their website live stream schedule. You have to sign up to watch, but it only takes a few seconds and is free. Their website is here.

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  1. Johnny be good says:

    Let’s go boys!

  2. contracted says:

    Are there no tickets available for the bleachers, just for the grandstand?

  3. Fanatic says:

    HUGE game! A win (or draw) tonight, and then a win at home to Aruba in March should see Bermuda through to the 2019 CONCACEF Gold Cup. That would mean games against countries such as USA, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, Trinidad & Tobago, at the tournament to be held in the USA. HUGE!!!

    Why this game hasn’t been advertised for weeks is beyond me. This might explain why only the Grandstand and not the uncovered seating is open. The biggest game for years in front of one stand. Shameful.

    • Vortex says:

      It has been advertised all over, you must not read anything!
      Try the main sports story on The RG and BN all week.

  4. Bill says:

    I want to sit in the bleachers not the Grand Stand. B.F.A PLEASE HAVE BOTH SIDES OPEN

  5. Leisha Choe says:

    Well done Bermuda! Congratulations on your win!

  6. Vortex says:

    For context, Bermuda ranked 180 in the world have just beaten El Salvador ranked 70 in the world.

    Teams around 70th? South Africa, Canada, Algeria, China, The Ivory Coast.

    Sometimes it seems the BFA is a boys club devoted to the social clubs, and sometimes you have to say well done, this is impressive.

    • PBanks says:

      Sometimes, the team can get it together despite whatever administrative issues exist. This result is really huge all things considered and the squad should be delighted.

  7. Marcos Gonzalez says:

    I’m Salvadoran, but congrats to Bermuda, and Yes! It is impressive!

  8. Truth is killin’ me... says:

    BERMY MASSIVE WIN! Nahki gotta start against Aruba in March and get a home win! BERMP BERMP!! Make it happen.

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