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"The TTFA would like to use this opportunity to extend our gratitude to you for your commitment, patience and support towards building, developing and promoting football in 2018. We now look forward to a fruitful and exciting 2019 year for Trinidad and Tobago Football.

"The TTFA will celebrate its 111th anniversary this year and looks ahead to the highly anticipated opening of the Home of Football and the Sports and Entertainment Centre projects. Both projects were made possible through FIFA’s Forward Programme and the support of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago who provided the all-important lands to facilitate these projects."

President’s New Year’s Message:

The TTFA would like to use this opportunity to extend our gratitude to you for your commitment, patience and support towards building, developing and promoting football in 2018. We now look forward to a fruitful and exciting 2019 year for Trinidad and Tobago Football.

The TTFA will celebrate its 111th anniversary this year and looks ahead to the highly anticipated opening of the Home of Football and the Sports and Entertainment Centre projects. Both projects were made possible through FIFA’s Forward Programme and the support of the Government of Trinidad and Tobago who provided the all-important lands to facilitate these projects.

There is a lot more football to look forward to in 2019, as our Men's Senior Team is set to compete in a host of top class international friendlies in preparation for the 2019 CONCACAF Gold Cup in July. We also begin action in the top flight of the inaugural CONCACAF’s Nations League in September, and also Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying carded to begin later in the year.

Additionally, our NLCB Elite youth teams are also set for further development, as we position a number of friendly and competitive matches throughout 2019.

Together we can shape the future of our football and leave a legacy for the next generations. We met and overcame many obstacles in 2018 and together we will continue to surmount them in the years ahead. We have no doubt made progress as an organization, demonstrating resilience that can only auger well for us going forward as we endeavour to create a self-sustainable Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.

We would once again like to acknowledge the efforts, patience and understanding of all our stakeholders from the players, coaches, match officials, administrators, referees, office staff, member associations, official partners as, well as our most loyal fans.

We extend a Happy New Year to all and best wishes to the Trinidad and Tobago Football Family in 2019.

Yours in Football,

President David John Williams