The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association’s Grassroots Festival moved to the sister isle this weekend with a coaching workshop and two clinics for kids between the ages of 6-11.
The T&T Football Association has given up on the country’s chances of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in Russia next year, Angus Eve, a former national midfielder and coach has said.
San Juan Jabloteh are one win away from sweeping the three categories of the Flow Youth Pro League (FYPL) for the third straight season.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is pleased to announce that Cabinet this week approved lands in the vicinity of the Ato Boldon Stadium for lease to the TTFA for the Home of Football.
“[Wednesday] night was a massive defeat for the TTFA executive, which has provoked controversy for the last six months with its stance against the Central Football Association and the TTSL,” TTSL interim president Keith Look Loy told Wired868. “My take is it was a great victory for grassroots democracy in Trinidad and Tobago.”
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Associations Grassroots Festival moves into Wallerfield on Friday following a series of lively one-day clinics at different locations over the past month.
During his playing days Sol Campbell went about his business, on and off the pitch, with ice-cold assurance, so it is gripping, on a warm afternoon in west London, to hear him speak with burning desperation about his desire to become a manager.
The Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team will play their do-or-die World Cup qualifier against Honduras on 1 September at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva from 8pm.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will continue its Coach Education Programme by offering two more TTFA B License courses in September and November. Interested coaches are being encouraged to register immediately due to the limited places available.