At a time when sponsorship and Government funding is scarce, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has stepped in to stabilize its major and second tier leagues.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will be welcoming the Secondary Schools Football League and the the Trinidad and Tobago Referees Associations at the Home of Football when it begins its operations from the Ato Boldon Stadium in June, 2017.
Grassroots Workshop and Festival gets going
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will stage a grassroots workshop in conjunction with CONCACAF and UEFA at the Ato Boldon Stadium this Thursday and Friday to precede the start of its 2017 Grassroots Festival this coming weekend. The first Grassroots event will take place at Green Park, Felicity, Chaguanas from 9am on Saturday.
Even though he is no longer the technical director of the TTFA, FIFA and Concacaf coaching instructor and lecturer Anton Corneal is working along with the association to promote and develop its coaching education.
Embattled Caribbean Football Union (CFU) president Gordon Derrick could find himself crowbarred out of office by FIFA, after the world governing body’s ethics committee today recommended a four-year ban from all football activities for the Antigua and Barbuda native.
T&T Pro League, TT Super League and WoLF to also move to Couva facility
The Headquarters of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will officially be relocated to the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva at month end with operations set to begin there on June 1st, 2017.
Earlier this year, Flow signed a partnership with CONCACAF to give customers a front row seat at server marquee CONCACAF football events.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Grassroots Festival for children 6-11 years old moved into La Brea yesterday with a three-hour coaching clinic at the La Brea Recreation Ground.
Former FIFA vice-president, Jack Warner, is set for a legal showdown with CONCACAF after instructing his attorney Keith Scotland to file a US$40 million lawsuit against CONCACAF and United States Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati.