The 2016 Northern Football Association (NFA) season kicks off tomorrow afternoon with a Premier Division game between last year’s Knock Out winners QPCC and another traditionally top north club, St Francois Nationals.
THE NEW-LOOK administration of the Eastern Football Association (EFA) of Trinidad and Tobago is planning a bumper season for 2016 and aims at increasing the number of participants from within its boundaries.
The Central Football Association (CFA), under new president Shymdeo Gosine, has set new standards for the 2016 season.
The Central Football Association 2016 competition will kick off tomorrow from 3 pm, at the Hugo Francis Memorial Recreation ground at Woodford Lodge.
New Central Football Association (CFA) president Shymdeo Gosine will close off the 2015 football season with a grand Football Festival and Awards ceremony tomorrow which will be dedicated to the communities and people of central Trinidad.
A call is now being made for all clubs in the regional football associations - Eastern Football Association (EFA), Northern Football Association (NFA), Southern Football Association (SFA), Central Football Association (CFA), Tobago Football Association (TFA) and the Eastern Counties Football Union (ECFU) to be given financial assistance by government.
San Fernando Giants have stretched their Southern Football Association (SFA) lead to six points after whipping Legends Football Club 4-2 recently.
Though competition in other zones may have ended in December and plans are being made for the coming season, there is still action taking place in the North Zone football competition.
After more than 20-plus years under the same administration, central football has gotten a new executive. On Wednesday night, at the zone’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Election of Officers at Woodford Lodge, Chaguanas, businessman Shymdeo Gosine was elected unopposed as president of the Central Football Association (CFA) for a four-year term.