Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol
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The Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol (English: Football Confederation of Central America and the Caribbean), also known by its acronym CCCF, was the governing body of association football in Central America and the Caribbean from 1938 to 1961. In 1961 it merged with the North American Football Confederation (NAFC) to form CONCACAF, the modern continental governing body for North America. It hosted the CCCF Championship from 1941 to 1961.
The membership of CCCF consisted of:
Colombia and Venezuela never participated in a CCCF Championship. They competed against what would become CCCF teams in the 1938 Central American and Caribbean Games in Panama in 1938. Colombia joined CONMEBOL in 1940, one year before the first CCCF event took place. Venezuela would later join CONMEBOL in 1952.
Other teams that participated in the competition include:
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