The 1991 Caribbean Cup (known as the Shell Caribbean Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the third edition of the Caribbean Cup, the football championship of the Caribbean, one of the CONCACAF zones. The final round of the competition was held from the 24 May to 2 June and saw six teams qualifying through to the final round where they joined defending champions Trinidad and Tobago and hosts Jamaica.
|Shell Caribbean Cup 1991|
|Teams||17 (from 1 confederation)|
|Champions||Jamaica (1st title)|
|Runners-up||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Third place||Saint Lucia|
|Goals scored||85 (3.04 per match)|
The eight teams (seven after Cuba withdrew from the competition) were separated into two groups of four with the top two teams from each group qualifying through to the knockout stage where the semi-finals winners qualifying through to the Gold Cup which was held four weeks after the Caribbean tournament. In the final, Jamaica defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2-0 with goals from Paul Davis and Winston Anglin securing Jamaica's first title as they qualified to the Gold Cup with Trinidad and Tobago. In the third place play-off, Saint Lucia defeated Guyana 4-1.
played in Martinique
Cuba received a bye to the Final Stage, apparently because of regional strength.
played in Saint Kitts and Nevis
|Saint Kitts and Nevis||2||0||2||0||1||1||0||2|
|British Virgin Islands||2||0||1||1||1||2||−1||1|
played in Kingston, Jamaica
|Trinidad and Tobago||3||2||0||1||9||2||+7||6|
Third Place MatchEdit
|1991 Caribbean Cup Winner|