Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 19 Beach Soccer Men and Women team have completed their first international assignment with a satisfying level of success at the Youth Commonwealth Games in the Bahamas.
TRINIDAD and Tobago won another gold medal at the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in Bahamas, as the junior girls soccer team edged Jamaica in the final, yesterday.
Trinidad and Tobago Beach Soccer team captain Ryan Augustine has received an invitation to play for Spanish beach soccer club Torredembarra at the Inter Cup International Beach Soccer Cup 2017 in Saint Petersburg, Russia from March 20th-26th.
Two Trinidad and Tobago National Youth Beach Soccer Teams will depart for Nassau, Bahamas on Sunday to participate at the Youth Commonwealth Games.
NATIONAL beach soccer goalkeeper, Zane Coker, believes that starting a beach soccer league in Trinidad and Tobago, will help promote the sport here and increase our chances of qualifying for the Beach Soccer World Cup in the future.
The first ever National Women Beach Soccer team will be formed to participate at the Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas in July as this country will send a National Under 18 Women’s Team to the tournament.
Trinidad and Tobago Beach Soccer Head Coach Benny Astorga says the players can hold their heads high despite failing to qualify for the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association along with the Beach Soccer Association of T&T will stage opening Screening sessions this weekend geared towards National Under 18 Men’s Beach Soccer selection for the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.
T&T’s men secured seventh position at the Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship after whipping Jamaica 9-3 at the Malcolm Beach Soccer Facility in Nassau Bahamas on Sunday.