Title holders North East Stars must travel to second tier club Siparia Spurs when the 2017 FA Trophy competition kicks off on the weekend of September 16-17 with the Round of 64.
Club Sando head coach Angus Eve is thrilled by the return of the prestigious Trinidad and Tobago FA Trophy after a two-year hiatus—with the new 2017/18 edition, involving 64 teams, commencing on September 16.
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DIRECTV W CONNECTION have already appealed a decision by the Disciplinary Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) to dismiss their protest over North East Stars’ use of striker Gorian Highley in the FA Trophy final on March 29.
T&T’s most prestigious football tournament, the National FA is set to return after a two-year hiatus, but the Central Football Association (CFA) being led by businessman Shymdeo Gosine, could have no representative teams.
NORTH EAST STARS have been confirmed as 2015 FA Trophy champions, after the Disciplinary Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) dismissed a protest lodged by defeated finalist DIRECTV W Connection.
English football fans got the treat of a lifetime to see the English FA Cup trophy up close and personal as the prestigious trophy came to our shores on Monday.
The T&T Football Association (TTFA) disciplinary committee headed by Newton George will decide on a protest lodged by DirecTV W Connection against Japs North East Stars’ use of Gorean Highley in the FA final at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva on March 27, on Monday instead.
Defeated 2015 FA Trophy finalists DIRECTV W Connection, have for the second time had their protest over the final thrown out.
FA TROPHY winners North East Stars believe they have done nothing wrong which will prevent them hanging onto the 2015 title they won on Sunday. “I don’t see that North East Stars have done anything wrong,” stated Stars owner Darryl Mahabir.