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'Bring It On', has been the call by national coach Terry Fenwick to his United States of America (USA) counterparts when the two football teams meet in an international friendly encounter on Sunday at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida, USA from 8 pm.

“[…] Fifa-appointed normalisation committee chairman Robert Hadad has been notified on numerous occasions [about the unpaid bonus to head coach Dennis Lawrence for Trinidad and Tobago’s World Cup qualifying win over the United States on 11 October 2017] but has done NOTHING about it!

The T&T versus USA football match, carded for January 31, will go on as planned.

The excitement that engulfed the football fraternity on Tuesday with the announcement of the T&T versus USA friendly match on January 31, has now subsided.

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) Dion La Foucade described the future US$100,000 (T&T$680,000) new astroturf —to be constructed at the Police barracks in St James—as an exciting new project.

Talks with the Ministry of National Security have been taking place behind the scenes as national men's football coach Terry Fenwick intensifies his efforts to secure a few international friendly matches, ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in March.

Indy Eleven defender Neveal Hackshaw has been called up to the Trinidad & Tobago Men’s National Team ahead of its fixture against the United States this Sunday, January 31, at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Fla. The international friendly is set for a 7:00 p.m. ET kickoff, which will air live on FS1, UniMas and TUDN.

Atlanta United Academy midfielder Ajani Fortune earned his first call up to the senior Trinidad & Tobago National Team. He will join the squad in Florida ahead of its upcoming friendly on Jan. 31 against the U.S. Men’s National Team (7:00 p.m. EST, FS1) at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

The Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC announced today that the club has acquired Triston Hodge on a permanent transfer from W Connection F.C., pending league and federation approval and receipt of his P1 visa. Terms of the transfer were not disclosed.

Virginia Beach United is delighted to announce Anthony Streete as our Head Coach for the 2021 season!

Rovers have completed the signing of midfielder John Bostock on an 18-month deal.

Forward Madison defender Josiah Trimmingham has been called up to the Trinidad & Tobago national team for its game against the United States on Sunday, January 31 in Orlando. The match, which is set to kick off at 6 p.m. CT, will air live on Fox Sports 1, UniMas and TUDN.

This year's Women's Football League (WoLF) will be called the TT WoLF Ascension League, following the confirmation of a $200,000 sponsorship deal from Ascension League owner Richard Ferguson on Saturday during a virtual Annual General Meeting (AGM).

FORMER FIFA vice-president and special adviser of the TTFF (now TT Football Association) Jack Warner, has refuted claims made by ex-T&T goalkeeper Shaka Hislop that shirts which were intended for members of the Soca Warriors at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany were used by players of his domestic club Joe Public.

A group of selected persons with a mandate to put the National Football League initiative into operation is expected to be appointed soon.

Minister of Sports Shamfa Cudjoe will await a proposal from a meeting of the T&T Pro League and T&T Super League clubs, which will be held virtually on Thursday. The gathering of football minds is aimed at determining the way forward for the sport.

THE University of TT’s (UTT) sport and recreation unit received a gift of $10,000 from Guardian Life of the Caribbean Ltd on Thursday as sponsorship of the UTT Patriots men’s football team.

If long-standing East Zone chairman of the Secondary Schools Football League Merere Gonzales is elected president of the SSFL this year, a Girls Premier Division competition will be introduced.

A total of 195 coaches from countries around the world, have applied to be the Senior National Women's coach.

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) women’s director of football Jinelle James said the next Women Soca Warriors head coach should be someone with real passion for the job, as the local football body prepares to fill a key vacancy.

THE TTFA (TT Football Association) is currently advertising the post for national women’s team coach, with local, and even international coaches, available to apply.

The search for a T&T Senior Women's football coach has begun in earnest.

The T&T Football Association (TTFA) began advertising for individuals to fill the position on Monday and former coach Richard Hood, who took the Under-20 Women's team to the quarterfinal of the CONCACAF Championship in the Dominican Republic last year, is set to submit his application.

Women's football in T&T has gained the attention of the sport's world governing body- FIFA, Robert Hadad of the FIFA-appointed Normalisation Committee said.

CONCACAF will have four direct berths for the expanded Women’s World Cup in 2023, and two more teams from the region will have a chance to join them via a ten-team playoff tournament.

Pro League Table

Rank Teams Played Points
1 Defence Force 17 42
2 La Horquetta Rangers 17 35
3 Point Fortin Civic FC 17 28
4 W Connection FC 16 27
5 Morvant Caledonia United 17 24
6 Police FC 17 23
7 Club Sando 18 21
8 San Juan Jabloteh 17 19
9 Central FC 17 13
10 Cunupia FC 17 12
11 AC Port-of-Spain 16 12


This Day in History

Sunday, 26 January 2003

The Soca Warriors inform team manager George Joseph that they will be boycotting a friendly match against Finland which is carded for two days later. The core issue is one of unpaid salaries dating back to last November.

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Uruguay retained the championship in Tangshan but lost to Bahamas on the final match day, as hosts China miss out on second place with loss to Denmark in the Goalfun CFA Beach Soccer Championship in Tangshan.

In an effort to help with the mental health of children during the coronavirus pandemic, the Futsal Association of Trinidad and Tobago (FATT) will be hosting an event called “Kids Connect” – a series of virtual mental health workshops for children. It will be held from December 13 to 15, 2020.