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Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Squad arrived in Wrexham on Monday morning and wasted little time before undergoing their first training session on Welsh soil as head coach Dennis Lawrence put his players through their paces at the Everton Training facility at Finch Farm, a mere 20 minutes drive from the team’s base camp at the Double Tree hotel.

Men’s Under 17 Head Coach Stern John will travel to Atlanta next week to oversee an Under 17 Combine for North American based players who are eligible to represent Trinidad and Tobago.

There will be yet another homecoming for Head coach Dennis Lawrence in Wales next week. Today the former defender was able to confirm use of the Everton Training facilities  for the senior team’s first training session on UK soil ahead of Wednesday’s International friendly against Wales at The Racecourse in Wrexham.

REVERED football coach and administrator Bertille St Clair has received a glorious tribute, celebrating a decades-long career in sport and culture in his native Tobago and the wider football fraternity.

Trinidad and Tobago football team head coach Dennis Lawrence named his 22-man squad yesterday that will face Wales at the Racecourse Ground in Wrexham on the 20th of March.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association is looking for someone to lead the new club licensing department of the TTFA, to ensure club football is at a high level in administration, infrastructure hence producing good football on the field of play.

T&T's for­mer mag­i­cal mid­field­er and youth coach Rus­sell Lat­apy is set to take over the head coach­ing job of the Bar­ba­di­an Na­tion­al team.

Can Bou Play founders Yohance Marshall and Keston George have found new football homes at Kórdrengir FC in Iceland's third division for the 2019 season.

Willis Plaza scores his 21st goal of the season yesterday for Churchill Brothers, to finish top-joint goalscorer in the Indian I-League.

Marcus Joseph didn’t like football during his formative years. The Trinidadian preferred cricket until his family urged him to give football a try.  “I started playing football when I was around eleven years old. Before that, I used to play cricket. I didn’t like football so much,” the Gokulam Kerala FC striker said.

Justin Hoyte is enjoying his adventure with MLS newcomers FC Cincinnati. Adam Bate caught up with the former Arsenal defender to look back on memories of the Invincibles and ahead to an exciting new challenge.

York9 FC has acquired Ryan Telfer on a season-long loan from Toronto FC, bringing on the Canadian left winger for the inaugural 2019 Canadian Premier League season.

Club Sando whipped hosts Terminix La Horquetta Rangers 4-0 in the Under-17 division and Central FC held San Juan Jabloteh to a 1-1 draw in the same division draw when the Youth Pro League 2019 season rolled out on Sunday.

Having missed out on a fourth straight sweep of the Youth Pro League last season – by a league final day defeat to Club Sando in the Under-18 division – and failure to secure an inaugural Cup after reaching all three title matches, San Juan Jabloteh wants to redeem themselves by reigning supreme in the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 divisions of the new 2019 season which kicks off this weekend.

T&T football has faced another embarrassing set-back after it was revealed following a reconvened T&T Football Association (TTFA) board meeting that the three clubs, which qualified for the 2019 Concacaf Caribbean Club Championship, have been barred by Concacaf from participating in this year’s event over a supposed failure by the association to meet the confederation’s club licensing requirements.

FORMER TT football team goalkeeper Shaka Hislop is urging youngsters, especially those involved in sport, to follow their passion.

NORTH East Stars director of football Michael Awai says he was misrepresented in a recent newspaper article, which quoted him as saying the appointments of Keith Look Loy and Sam Phillip as members of the TT Football Association (TTFA) board of directors were done illegally.

Malachi Hazel of FC Gin­ga was named the "Most Valu­able Play­er" of the Con­cept Coach­ing Un­der-14 Youth Foot­ball Tour­na­ment "Car­ni­val Edi­tion" which end­ed on the week­end at Con­stan­tine Park in Ma­coya, Tu­na­puna.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will commence screening for National Under 15 girls Selection with a session at the TTFA Home of Football training pitch at Ato Boldon Stadium this Sunday March 17th, 2019.

Five months after Trinidad and Tobago was controversially forfeited from the Concacaf Girls’ Under-15 Championship in the United States, the local Girls’ National Under-15 Team have not held a single training session and have no idea when next they will meet on the football field.

“On the first game day of the Concacaf Championship, I didn’t even have a TTFA badge or number on my game jersey. If that doesn’t paint the picture of how disrespected I was as a National Team player, I don’t know what will.

For the first time in awhile, I noticed how disjointed we are during our pre-tournament camp in Raleigh. We have cliques, like all teams do; but we have to have the maturity to see past differences for the good of football and country. That was hard to do this time but I believe it was hard to do because of two main reasons.

“I want real, lasting, impactful change for women’s football. David John-Williams ran his campaign on the premise of bringing women’s football to the forefront of his candidacy to lead the TTFA. Why is the Women’s National Team used a sacrificial piece to enhance these men and their chauvinistic values?

Aftermath of failed World Cup campaign…

TWO MEMBERS of the TT women football team have thrown their support behind American-born Randy Waldrum, who recently expressed his desire to return as the team coach for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers.

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Rank Teams Played Points
1 W Connection FC 18 37
2 Central FC 18 36
3 Club Sando 18 33
4 Police FC 18 33
5 Defence Force 18 30
6 Morvant Caledonia United 18 30
7 San Juan Jabloteh 18 27
8 Point Fortin Civic FC 18 11
9 St. Ann's Rangers 18 10
10 North East Stars 18 6

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Saturday, 19 March 2011

Both Caledonia AIA and Defence Force advanced to the next phase of 2011 CFU Club Champions Cup after beating Newtown United of St Kitts and Bermuda's Dandy Town Hornets respectively. With both T&T clubs playing at home in their return-leg game, Caledonia AIA were 5-0 winners over Newtown (6-0 aggregate) and Defence Force were 3-0 winners (4-1 aggregate) as they advances to Round 2.

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Eight years ago, the Tobago Beach Soccer Championship was first hosted and at the time, was the first formal introduction of the fastest growing version of football to T&T.

Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has taken his cash-strapped body back to the High Court, as the local football body submitted an appeal today against its TT$544,943 loss to the National Futsal Team players and technical staff on 13 December 2018.