The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association today launched a new partnership with the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) that entails the introduction of a Season Pass Program for all of its official National Team Matches through to November 2017, inclusive of the five home games in the CONCACAF Final Round starting with the clash versus Costa Rica at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on November 11th, 2016.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association in collaboration with Concacaf will stage a Club Licensing seminar at the Ato Boldon Stadium Press Room on Wednesday September 28th from 2pm.
David John-Williams, the T&T Football Association (TTFA) president has moved fast to allay fears that national football coach, Canadian Stephen Hart will be replaced by Stuart Charles Fevrier of W Connection coach, the club he owned in the T&T Pro League up until he became president of the TTFA.
Sheldon Phillips, former general secretary of the T&T Football Association (T&TFA) and Justin Latapy, director of sports at the Tobago House of Assembly (THA), are front runners for the position of general secretary of the TTFA.
David John-Williams, president of the T&T Football Association has promised to resign as president of the T&T Football Association (TTFA) if any of the accusations made against him can be proven by anyone.
NOTED local sports broadcaster and businessman Selwyn Melville, through his attorney Egon Embrack, has called on the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA), and its president David John-Williams, to “immediately instruct your foreign agents to formally discontinue all foreign prosecutions/ applications of the subject trademark and provide us with proof of same.”
Retired FIFA referee and instructor Osmond Downer was honoured for his unstinted service to Caribbean, international and local football.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association wishes to express a heartfelt thank you to all fans for their tremendous support at the recent 2018 World Cup Qualifying match between this country’s Senior National Team and Guatemala at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
There were barely 9,000 spectators in their seats for kick off last Friday, as the Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team squared off against Guatemala in a vital Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier.