Listed below are the dates and results for the 1994 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds for the North, Central American and Caribbean zone (CONCACAF).
A total of 24 CONCACAF teams entered the competition. The North, Central American and Caribbean zone was allocated 2.25 places (out of 24) in the final tournament. The United States, as hosts, qualified automatically, leaving 1.25 spot open for competition between 22 teams, because Cuba (Caribbean group) withdrew before playing.
There would be three rounds of play. Mexico and Canada received byes and advanced to the second round directly. The remaining 20 teams were divided into two zones, based on geographical considerations, as follows:
In the second round, the eight teams were divided into two groups of four teams each. They played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners and runners-up would advance to the final round.
In the final round, the four teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would qualify. The runner-up would advance to the CONCACAF–OFC intercontinental play-off.
|Dominican Republic||1–2||Puerto Rico|
|Rodríguez 67'|| Lugris 23'|
|Puerto Rico||1–1||Dominican Republic|
|Paonessa 6'||Rodríguez 3'|
Puerto Rico advanced to the second preliminary round, 3–2 on aggregate.
|Saint Lucia||1–0||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||3–1||Saint Lucia|
| Joseph 33'|
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines advanced to the second preliminary round, 3–2 on aggregate.
|Eliezar 24', 34'||Goater 20'|
2–2 on aggregate. Bermuda advanced to the first round on away goals.
| Hyde 57'|
Jamaica advanced to the first round, 3–1 on aggregate.
|Netherlands Antilles||1–1||Antigua and Barbuda|
|Regales 38'||Clarke 31'|
|Antigua and Barbuda||3–0||Netherlands Antilles|
|Edwards 6', 75', 85'|
Antigua and Barbuda advanced to the first round, 4–1 on aggregate.
|Stanton 43'|| Simson 52'|
|Godlieb 2'||Archer 48'|
Suriname advanced to the first round, 3–2 on aggregate.
|Barbados||1–2||Trinidad and Tobago|
|White 55'|| Latapy 20'|
|Trinidad and Tobago||3–0||Barbados|
| Faustin 63'|
Trinidad and Tobago advanced to the first round, 5–1 on aggregate.
Cuba withdrew, so Saint Vincent and the Grenadines advanced to the first round automatically.
|Antigua and Barbuda||0–3||Bermuda|
| Thompson 21'|
|Bermuda||2–1||Antigua and Barbuda|
|Goater 42' 47'||Ivor 17'|
Bermuda advanced to the second round, 5–1 on aggregate.
|Trinidad and Tobago||1–2||Jamaica|
|Charles 80'|| Isaacs 52'|
|Jamaica||1–1||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Davis 28'||Haynes 41'|
Jamaica advanced to the second round, 3–2 on aggregate.
|Suriname||0–0||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||2–1||Suriname|
| Joseph 31'|
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines advanced to the second round, 2–1 on aggregate.
| Obando 86'|
Honduras advanced to the second round, 2–0 on aggregate.
| Estrada 3'|
González 17' 78'
| Castro 14' 47'|
|César Rostrán 65'|
El Salvador advanced to the second round, 10–1 on aggregate.
|Mendieta 29' (pen.)|
| Berry 17' (pen.)|
Arguedas 28' 33'
|Mendieta 89' (pen.)|
Costa Rica advanced to the second round, 5–2 on aggregate.
|4||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||0||6||0||0||6||0||29||−29|
Mexico and Honduras advanced to the final round.
| Berry 2'|
| Flores 47'|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||0–4||Mexico|
| Zague 21'|
Uribe 73', 78'
| De la Torre 12'|
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||0–1||Costa Rica|
| García 61', 69'|
De la Torre 82'
|Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||0–4||Honduras|
| Flores 16', 22'|
|Honduras||4–0||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
| Smith 8'|
|Smith 47', 88'|
| Flores 15'|
|Mexico||11–0||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
| Uribe 5', 38', 88'|
Hermosillo 14', 23', 76', 80'
Bernal 30', 56', 71'
Zague 44' (pen.)
|Costa Rica||5–0||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
| Astúa 6', 50', 70'|
El Salvador and Canada advanced to the final round.
|Wright 78'||Mitchell 85'|
|González 32'||Miller 86'|
|Jennings 51'||Davis 73'|
| Palacios 22'|
| Miller 13'|
| Rivera 44'|
Ulloa 52', 89'
| Wright 5' 75' (pen.)|
| Paynter 66'|
| Bunbury 9', 14', 35'|
| Goater 72'|
|Meléndez 8', 85'|
Mexico qualified. Canada advanced to the CONCACAF–OFC play-off.
| Borja 41' (pen.)|
|Garcia Aspe 75'|
| Smith 41' (pen.)|
Obando 89' (pen.)
| Catliff 34' (pen.)|
| Flores 7'|
Sanchez 76' (pen.)
| Bunbury 25'|
| Mobilio 52'|
Bautista 62' (o.g.)
Catliff 66' (pen.)
| Ambríz 2'|
| Ramírez 20', 34'|
Garcia Aspe 68'
|Bennett 28', 63'|
|Flores 56'|| Garcia Aspe 2'|
Smith 89' (o.g.)
|González 58'|| Catliff 27'|
|Bunbury 17'|| Sanchez 36'|
|Team 1||Agg.||Team 2||1st leg||2nd leg|
|Canada||3–3 (1–4 p)||Australia||2–1||1–2 (a.e.t.)|
The following two teams from CONCACAF qualified for the final tournament.
|Team||Qualified as||Qualified on||Previous appearances in FIFA World Cup 1|
|United States||Hosts||4 July 1988||4 (1930, 1934, 1950, 1990)|
|Mexico||Final round winners||9 May 1993||9 (1930, 1950, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1970 , 1978, 1986 )|
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