The NLCL Community Cup Organizing Committee hosted its media launch for the inaugural 2023 season of the NLCL U15 Community Cup at the VIP Room of the Larry Gomes Stadium this past Sunday.
National Youth League
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association Coach Education Department as part of its collaboration efforts with Republic Bank Limited, will stage be a Goalkeeper Coaching Workshop offered (free of charge) to all teams/clubs registered in the Republic Cup National Youth League 2023.
REPUBLIC Bank’s partnership with Gateway Athletics International for the 2022 Republic Youth Cup will provide players with the opportunity to secure scholarships at local, regional and international colleges and universities.
ANTON Wolfe is urging youngsters to view the Republic Cup National Youth Football League as a stepping stone in their football careers as he once played in the league which was instrumental in his development and it eventually led him to the 2006 World Cup.
T&T Police Service Commissioner, Gary Griffith is hoping that the 2021 Commissioner’s Cup, once given the ‘green light’ to get going in March/April will be able to unearth hidden talents in T&T.
YOUTH FOOTBALL development is key to returning football in Trinidad and Tobago to a high standard.
The Youth Pro League (YPL) pulled the plug on its 2020 competition today while the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (Sportt) officially closed all government-run facilities to minors, which will immediately impact on youth sport over a wide range of disciplines.
Eastern rivals World Class Soccer Clinic (WCSC) and defending champions Soccer Made Simple (SMS) will meet in the 2022/23 Next Level Consultant Ltd (NLCL) U19 Community Cup final on Sunday after getting contrasting semifinal wins at the Mannie Ramjohn Stadium in Marabella yesterday.
The Trinidad and Tobago government will not actively block youth sporting competitions, like the Youth Pro League, from going ahead before September. However, they will need to find their own venues to play on.