1969 CONCACAF Championship
The 1969 CONCACAF Championship was the fourth edition of the CONCACAF Championship, the football championship of North America, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF). The tournament was held between 23 November to 8 December. Six teams participated in the tournament.
|Campeonato de Naciones de CONCACAF 1969|
|Host country||Costa Rica|
|Dates||23 November – 7 December|
|Teams||6 (from 1 confederation)|
|Venue(s)||1 (in 1 host city)|
|Champions||Costa Rica (2nd title)|
|Third place||Netherlands Antilles|
|Goals scored||43 (2.87 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Marco Fión|
(3 goals each)
The event was hosted by Costa Rica in the city of San José. Seven team qualified, but Haiti's disqualification left six teams to play in the round-robin format to determine the winner. The tournament was won by the host nation, for the second time after 1963, by tying defending champions Guatemala 1–1 in the deciding final match.
|5||Trinidad and Tobago||3||5||1||1||3||4||12||-8|
Edward Dawkins o.g.'
|Trinidad and Tobago||3–2||Jamaica|