FINANCIAL WOES are afflicting the Trinidad and Tobago men’s futsal team, according to national coach Clayton Morris.
FOLLOWING TIGERS’ triumph in the final of the National Futsal League last Friday night at the Chaguanas Indoor Facility, coach Clayton Morris is enthusiastic over the composition of a national team ahead of the forthcoming FIFA Futsal World qualification.
THE 2015 Trinidad and Tobago Futsal League commences at the Central Regional Indoor Sporting Arena, Chaguanas, from 7 pm today, and will feature some of the nation’s quickest feet vying for local honours.
Former national player and Ako James scored a hat-trick to lead Tigers to a 6-1 taming of Jaguars in the final of the Petrotrin National Futsal League when the tournament hosted by the Futsal Association of T&T (FATT) ended at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas on Friday night.
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.
The curtain comes down on the National Futsal League—the five-a-side version of football, from 7 p.m. this evening with the final set of matches taking place at the Chaguanas Indoor Facility.
The 2014 national futsal trial series, hosted by the Futsal Association of Trinidad and Tobago continues on Saturday at the Mayaro Indoor Sports Arena, Mayaro.
Tigers and Jaguars will contest the final of the National Futsal League at the Central Regional Indoor Sports Arena, Chaguanas on Friday July 24.
The current main focus of the newly-launched Trinidad and Tobago Futsal Association is the selection of a training squad of players for international qualifiers for the 2016 Futsal World Cup, to be played in Colombia.