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Established
1905 (119 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Providence Stadium

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Location
Providence, Guyana

Nicknames
Golden Jaguars

Competitions
FIFA World Cup
CONCACAF Gold Cup
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curswine: 24/Sep/20
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05/09 Guyana - Suriname
09/09 Martinique - Guyana
11/10 Guyana - Guatemala
15/10 Suriname - Guyana
06/06 Nicaragua - Guyana

Results
11/06 Guyana 3 - 1 Belize
07/06 Panama 2 - 0 Guyana
15/05 Trinidad and 2 - 0 Guyana
13/05 Trinidad and 2 - 1 Guyana
26/03 Guyana 4 - 1 Cambodia


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The Guyana national football team, nicknamed the Golden Jaguars, represents Guyana in international football and is controlled by the Guyana Football Federation. It is one of three South American nations to be a member of the Caribbean Football Union of CONCACAF alongside Suriname and French Guiana. Until the independence of Guyana in 1966, it competed as British Guiana. They qualified for the Caribbean Nations Cup in 1991, coming fourth, and in 2007. Guyana has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup, but on 23 March 2019 they qualified for the first time for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.


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The Providence Stadium or Guyana National Stadium is a sports stadium in Guyana, replacing Bourda as the national stadium. The stadium was built specifically to host Super Eight matches in the 2007 Cricket World Cup held in March and April 2007.

The stadium hosted six World Cup matches between March 28, 2007 and April 9, 2007, most notably the match between Sri Lanka and South Africa in which Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga became the first bowler in international cricket history to take four wickets in four consecutive balls. Built primarily for cricket matches, the stadium can be converted into a multi-use facility.

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