Sidebar

Top Stories

Grid List

SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras – Host Honduras (2-1-0, 7 points) remained unbeaten after three games in the 2015 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship, scoring twice in the second half to defeat Trinidad & Tobago (0-0-3, 0 points) on Thursday.

TOP NATIONAL footballers Kevin Molino and Canadian-born Arin King are both vying for the Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year awards as the First Citizens Sports Foundation stages its annual sports awards tomorrow at Queen’s Hall, St Ann’s.

Sport Minister Brent Sancho has made his opening gambit in the Government’s new relationship with the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) by setting the football body an ultimatum in presenting its accounts for inspection as well as taking a more hands-on approach in State-funded international matches.

T&T’s Under-17 footballers go into their third Pool A match of the 2015 Concacaf Under-17 Championship, against host Honduras tonight needing to avoid defeat to stay in with a chance of qualification to the World Cup.

Slovakia-based winger Lester Peltier says he’s readying himself for what he sees as a critical year ahead for the national team.

To today’s football lover, the name of Shay Seymour may mean nothing, mainly because we tend to desist from remembering our past sports legends.

T&T international Shahdon Winchester enhanced his chances of earning a contract with US Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire when he netted a last-gasp equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Vancouver Whitecaps FC at the 2015 Simple Invitational hosted by Portland’s Providence Park, Portland, Oregon on Saturday.

Forward Jerren Nixon, the 16-year-old son of former T&T striker Jerren Nixon is reportedly making rapid progress at the academy of American Major League Soccer club Philladelphia Union.

TRINIDAD AND Tobago football team midfielder Keon Daniel has Polish I Liga club MKS Flota Swinoujscie on a six-month loan deal from Legnica Copper.

Can you feel it? The electricity in the air, the buzz in the city? We are less than one week away from the Major League Soccer debut of our Orlando City SC Lions, and the entire 407 area code is eagerly waiting their opportunity to #FillTheBowl.

English-born midfielder Chris Birchall made his debut for T&T at age 21 in 2005. Ten years later he believes this country could be on the verge of having yet another youthful English-born enter its national team.

Caley Thistle assistant manager Russell Latapy says young players must be careful about their conduct during nights out.

Sport Minister Brent Sancho seems bent on shattering the perception that he is a caretaker appointment after revealing his plans to start a women’s professional football league in less than four months.

Digicel Pro League roundup: Central five points ahead after 6-1 win over Rangers; Stars, Civic and Police make upward movement while Marcus Joseph, Devorn Jorsling lead scoring.

Central FC's battle to keep safety of pole position in the Digicel Pro League 2014-2015 got a boost on Tuesday when the "Couva Sharks" triumphed 6-1 over cellar-placed St. Ann's Rangers at the start of the third and final round.

Six Pro League clubs into FA Trophy quarter-finals, St. Francois Nationals oust Roxborough Lakers 5-3 on penalty kicks

Four-time winners and reigning FA Trophy champions DIRECTV W Connection became the sixth Pro League club to reach the quarter-finals of the 2015 edition by whipping Super League outfit Stokely Vale FC 4-0 at the Plymouth Recreation Ground, in one of the two final Third Round (Round of 16) matches contested in Tobago on Monday.

THE DISCIPLINARY Committee of the TT Pro League will meet as soon as possible to decide on the matter involving a pair of brawls, on and off the field, in Friday’s Round Two Match Day Nine contest between Point Fortin Civic FC and Police at the Marvin Lee Stadium, Macoya.

Preparations continue for the unofficial Tobago SSFL All-star female team as they await the arrival of and their match against Ecole Panorama Ridge Secondary School on Saturday 7th March at Courland Recreational Park.

Five Pro League clubs advance into FA Trophy QF round; Central school SKHY 7-0; Jabloteh, Police and Pro League-bound Sando progress on kicks from the penalty spot; Stars edge Pro League compatriot Caledonia

Defence Force crushed rock into dust on Sunday when the TT Pro League club humiliated home side Black Rock FC 17-1 at the Black Rock Recreation Ground in Tobago in the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) FA Trophy 2015 Third Round (Round of 16) for the biggest win in years, if not in the history of the tournament – the oldest football competition in Trinidad and Tobago dating back to 1927.

St Augustine Senior Secondary striker Laurelle Theodore netted a beaver-trick as the National Under-17 girls football team recorded a lop-sided 9-0 victory over St Ann’s Rangers team in the Girls  under-18 Division of the 15th Annual Carapichaima Youth Super League.

Kennya Cordner, star striker for the national women’s football team, appeared in the Port of Spain Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with using annoying language to provoke a police officer to commit a breach of the peace.

Former national Under-17 women’s player Maya Matouk will be embarking on a new phase in her career this year after being accepted to the University of Tampa.

Movement Bago in conjunction with St Clair Coaching School hosted a coaching clinic for girls at the Signal Hill Secondary School Ground in Signal Hill, last Saturday.

The recent issues emanating from sport in this country were not leading towards a direction which left us with an exciting expectancy.

There is no “I” in “team,” yet there are two “I’s” in “Trinidad.” Wait! Hear me out. This column is not just another commentary about our women’s valiant effort at making World Cup history. Rather, I would like to use events within that fateful match as examples to highlight an important characteristic of team sports.

Upcoming Events

Sun Mar 08 @ 2:30PM - 04:30PM
Trinidad and Tobago U-17 vs Jamaica U-17
Wed Mar 11 @ 2:30PM - 04:30PM
Trinidad and Tobago U-17 vs Cuba U-17

FIFA Men's Ranking

Twitter

Facebook

T&T Pro League Standings

This Day in History

Saturday, 06 March 2004

Defender Richard "Bomber" Theodore, aged 32, dies at the Port of Spain General Hospital after a bout of fever. Theodore was part of the T&T U-20 team who particpated in the 1991 U-20 World Cup in Portugal.

Top Stories

Grid List

T&T’s Beach Soccer Association president Kyle Lequay believes this country could make a strong claim for a place at the 2015 Fifa Beach Soccer World Cup in Portugal later this year.

FUTSAL is the name of the game, as the sport event management company, SW Touring Limited, gets ready to host the third edition of the exciting sporting event Futsal Invitational. After a two-year ‘hiatus’, the biggest national futsal tournament returns.