ERIN FC remained the lone team with a 100 per cent winning record in the Southern Football Association Premier Division when they battled past Serial Strikers 2-1 on the weekend.
Michael Denoon, the son of former national standout Nevick Denoon grabbed the highlights on the opening weekend of competition in the 2017 Northern Football Association season when he scored the first hat-trick in both divisions combined.
THE Eastern Football Association (EFA) season wants new teams and young footballers to join its ranks for the 2017 season which kicks off with a double-header on July 22.
Shaquille Aguillera scored a pair of goals as Erin FC whipped #9 United FC 4-2 in a top of the table clash to remain leaders of the Southern Football Association Pool A standings on Saturday.
The 2017 FIFA/TTFA Grassroot Football Programme will kick off in the Central Football Association (CFA) region next weekend and the troubled area of Enterprise Chaguanas has been targeted, among others, where young budding players between the age groups 7-11 will be given an opportunity to showcase their talents.
Erin FC and Giants FC continued to lead their respective pools in the Southern Football Association after contrasting victories on the weekend.
Former national Under-17 goalkeeper Kern Caesar of Maple FC was voted as the 2016 Northern Football Association’s Premier Division “Most Valuable Player” at its annual end-of-season awards ceremony held at the VIP Lounge, Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Thursday last.
Three different players were on target as Erin FC whipped Siparia Angels 3-1 for a third straight win from as many matches in Group A of the Southern Football Association at Siparia on Saturday.
Too bad that Pablo Aimar wasn’t a Maple FC player.
Just 48 hours after Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams wined and dined FIFA president Gianni Infantino and staged a celebrity match that included Aimar, a former Argentina World Cup playmaker, and ex-Colombia international striker Juan Pablo Angel—along with a host of former local stand-outs—came a less illustrious but far more meaningful contest.