THE TRINIDAD and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has agreed to drop the name “Soca Warriors” from its website, and subsequently discontinue the use of the name.
Trinidad and Tobago living football legend Russell Latapy was presented with his Season Pass by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on Thursday at its offices located at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association on Friday evening announced a partnership with the National Lotteries Control Board valued at $8 million over a four-year period as it launched its National Elite Youth Development Program at the Hilton Hotel in Port of Spain.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is continuing to embark on its efforts to improve and increase opportunities for coaching development by staging a CONCACAF advanced level goalkeeping course at the Hasely Crawford Stadium from November 20th to 22nd.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will be hosts to two high powered football officials from FIFA and CONCACAF this week as the local governing body plans to promote the development of the local game.
“President Gianni Infantino told me you know with David (John-Williams), he is so passionate with football, I am so afraid to stay with him for one hour because I would be willing to give the World Cup to Trinidad and Tobago.”
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s (TTFA) Season Pass initiative is up and running, and already football fans are lining up to cash in on this deal.
Twenty-four local elite referees have received their certificates of participation in a recent FIFA Referees Assistance Program (RAP) course conducted here in Trinidad and Tobago.
The Trinidad and Tobago football team will be in action tomorrow against the Dominican Republic in a Caribbean Cup qualifier but another battle off the field of play continues regarding if the team will still be called Soca Warriors or Red Army.