The Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) qualifying process for the men's Olympic football tournament at Tokyo 2020 begins tomorrow with the opening group phase.
In the Caribbean, 13 countries have been placed into four groups with Jamaica hosting Saint Kitts and Nevis and Dominica in Group A in Kingston.
Guyana were also drawn in the group but have reportedly withdrawn to focus on their CONCACAF Nations League campaign instead.
Group B will be played in the US Virgin Islands with Cuba and Barbados the others countries involved.
In Group C, Haiti, Grenada and Cayman Islands will do battle with Group D featuring Dominican Republic, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia and Puerto Rico.
After round-robin play, the group winners will enter play-offs in a bid to advance to the final eight of the qualification process.
Group A's winners will play the table-toppers from Group D with the winners of Groups B and C also colliding.
In Central America, three two-leg clashes will be held with the winners all advancing to the final eight.
Guatemala have been drawn with Costa Rica, Nicaragua will meet Honduras and Panama will play El Salvador.
Regional powerhouses United States, Mexico and Canada have been given automatic places in the final eight tournament which will qualify two sides for Tokyo 2020.
Men's football at the Olympics features under-23 teams although three overage players are allowed.
Mexico and Honduras represented CONCACAF at Rio 2016.
Honduras finished fourth to narrowly miss out on the country's first Olympic medal.