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The 1941 CCCF Champtionship was the first CCCF Championship, a tournament conducted between the years of 1941–1961. It was sanctioned by the Confederacion Centroamericana y del Caribe de Futbol (Football Confederation of Central America and the Caribbean), the football (soccer) governing body for Central America and the nations in the Caribbean prior to 1961, when it was replaced by CONCACAF.

1941 CCCF Championship
Tournament details
Host countryCosta Rica
Dates8 – 18 May
Final positions
Champions Costa Rica
Runners-up El Salvador
Third place Curaçao
Fourth place Panama
1943

Following are the results of the Final Group of the first Championship, which was hosted by Costa Rica:

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   Costa Rica (C) 4 4 0 0 23 5 +18 8
2   El Salvador 4 2 1 1 15 8 +7 5
3   Curaçao 4 1 2 1 16 12 +4 4
4   Panama 4 1 1 2 11 16 −5 3
5   Nicaragua 4 0 0 4 5 29 −24 0
Source:[citation needed]
(C) Champion.

ResultsEdit

Curaçao  3–3  Panama
Nahar   
Panneflek  1
Neville   5'
?   41'90+3' (pen)
Referee: Jacobo Foinquinos (Honduras)
  1. Some sources attribute this goal to either Hans Nahar or Mario Hernandez
Nicaragua  2–7  Costa Rica
D. Morales   43'
P. Robleto   46'
Rocha   (og)
Mantainés   (og)
Araya   18'22'29'
Rodríguez   37'
Arnáez  
El Salvador  2–2  Curaçao
Gutiérrez   2'
Contreras   43'
Nahar   70'
Panneflek  
Panama  0–7  Costa Rica
Meza     
A. Varela  
?   
Referee: Jacobo Foinquinos (Honduras)
Costa Rica  6–2  Curaçao
Araya   8' 
Meza    
A. Varela  
Pardo   12'
Bernabela  
Nicaragua  0–8  El Salvador
Toledo   6'8'24'
Donado   15'
Rosales   43' 
R. Méndez   53' 
Referee: Jacobo Foinquinos (Honduras)
El Salvador  4–3  Panama
Gutiérrez   20'24'
Rosales   22'77'
?    
Curaçao  9–1  Nicaragua
Pardo   
Nahar      65'
F. Jansen     88'
?   18' (pen)
Referee: Jacobo Foiquinos (Honduras)
Panama  5–2  Nicaragua
Castro   
Rangel   
Anderson  
?   
Referee: Jacobo Foiquinos (Honduras)
Costa Rica  3–1  El Salvador
Araya   39'
Meza  
?  
Donado   39'

Goal scorersEdit

8 goals

  •   José Rafael Meza

7 goals

6 goals

  •   Jesús María Araya

4 goals

  •   Aquilino Rosales

3 goals

2 goals

  •   Aníbal Varela
  •   Humberto Panneflek[a]
  •   Gustavo Donado
  •   René Méndez
  •   Virgilio Castro
  •   Luis Carlos Rangel

1 goal

  •   Alfonso Arnáez
  •   Reinaldo Bernabela
  •   Alejandro Contreras
  •   Dolores Morales
  •   Pedro Robleto
  •   James Santiago Anderson
  •   Antoine Neville

Own Goals

  •   Mantainés (for Costa Rica)
  •   Abraham Rocha (for Costa Rica)

Notes:[b]

  1. ^ a b Some sources attribute one of Panneflek's goals to either Nahar or Mario Hernandez
  2. ^ There were eleven goals during the tournament of which the scorer is unknown. Five of these were scored by Panama, and three each by Costa Rica and Nicaragua

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