The first official Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) Stakeholders forum is set to take place this morning from 9:30am at the National Cycling Centre (NCC) media room in Balmain, Couva.
Anthony Harford, a former journalist and sport promoter will be the moderator for the forum which will also include members of the footballing public and specially invited guests, League president William Wallace said.
“All is in place for what we expect to be a full day of vibrant, open and productive interactions with members of the footballing fraternity and the Secondary Schools League as an organisation.
We have extended invitations to different members and officials and people who hold influential positions in office in local football. At this time I can confirm that the technical director of the T&T Football Association, Anton Corneal will be one of the presenters. And we will also have Attorney Ricardo Williams on the agenda to address related matters,” Wallace said.
The day’s proceedings starts at 9:30am, going until 4pm and is aimed at encouraging inclusive cooperation and greater dialogue among football stakeholders and key people in the local football landscape including fans.
There will be discussions dedicated to topics such as development, women’s football, refereeing, coach education, student athlete policy among other items including an open forum segment