Presentation College of San Fernando will begin defence of its Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) crown when it welcomes Trinity College of Moka, Maravl to the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium, Marabella from 3.40 pm today.
Secondary Schools - Boys
THE 2018 edition of the Fruta-sponsored Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Form One Football League will feature an Inter-Col competition for the first time. The zonal competition, which precedes the InterCol competition, is expected to kick off in two weeks’ time.
110 schools kicks off SSFL 2018
Newly promoted Valencia Secondary and perennial title-contenders San Juan North Secondary will kick off the 2018 season of the 15-team Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) in the opening match of a double-header at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya from 3.30pm today.
Newcomers to the Premier Division of the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Valencia Secondary received a baptism of fire in its opening match yesterday at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoya, going down 0-3 to an experienced and well-oiled machine in San Juan North Secondary in the first game of a doubleheader.
Arguably T&T's most exciting and relentless football league, the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL), kicks off this afternoon with a doubleheader at the Marvin Lee Stadium in Macoyea. The SSFL, formerly known as the Colleges Football League, is not only anticipated by players, coaches, teachers and parents, but also by a wide cross-section of past pupils of the various schools.
In what appeared to be an enthusiastic opening for the secondary schools 2018 season, the news of scholarships must be great for the ears of parents who are hoping that the football talent of their children will get them to the USA to play football and get an education in exchange.
It will be a bumper season in the Secondary Schools Football League this year, president William Wallace has said, and members of the Credentials Committee of the SSFL are working around the clock to ensure that this happens.
THE SECONDARY Schools Football League (SSFL) has announced a partnership with United States-based group Global Premier Soccer (GPS), which will benefit both SSFL players and coaches.
TWELVE-year-old Queen’s Royal College (QRC) student and Queen’s Park Academy player Addae Paponette made good use of a rare opportunity over the course of the school holidays when he engaged in trials with Manchester United, Preston North End and other football clubs in England.