Jamaica’s ReggaeBoyz will travel to The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
for two International Friendly games next month as they kick off their
preparation for the CONCACAF Gold Cup and the FIFA World Cup
qualification to Qatar 2022.

The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) announced this week that the
ReggaeBoyz will play games at the Prince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium in
Riyadh against the former Asian champions on November 14 th and 17 th and
it is expected that the Theodore Whitmore coached team will take the
opportunity to look at several new players who have shown an interest in
wearing the Jamaican colours.

A number of new players have been linked to the Reggae Boyz
including midfielder Daniel Johnson of Preston North End and central
defender Liam Moore of Reading FC both in the English second tier

Meanwhile the KSA football authorities are still not sure of they will
allow fans in the stadium for both games and should make a decision later
this month.