Former national team coaches and players Russell Latapy and Everald “Gally” Cummings are set to coach two of the teams in the 2017 Islands Cup Open which will feature five franchise teams from five different Caribbean nations.
T&T’s Waterloo Institute of Soccer ended its Pool J round-robin phase of Class A in the in the 17th edition of the prestigious Mediterranean International Cup in Barcelona, Spain, beating home team CF Farners 2-0 yesterday.
Trinidad and Tobago’s top young and promising footballers between the ages the ages of 13 and 16 will show off their skills at the Flow Ultimate Football Experience at the Larry Gomes Stadium in Arima today in a competition put together by Flow and Manchester United and supported by the Caribbean Football Union (CFU).
“I have a lot of challenges,” Nicholas Griffith responds to Wired868’s pointed question. His answer was accompanied by an awkward, mirthless chuckle.
Former national captain Russell Latapy took a trip up memory lane when he journeyed to the Sogren Trace Ground in Laventille recently to witness the final of the T&T Football 7s Open tournament on Saturday.
THE WATERLOO Institute will become the first Caribbean team to feature in the prestigious Mediterranean International Cup (MIC) when the 2017 edition takes place in Barcelona, Spain from April 11-16.
Masons FC claimed the title in a highly competitive Under-9 category at Saturdays’s San Fernando Football Academy’s 19th Youth Football Tournament at Skinner Park, San Fernando, when it defeated Fyzabad United 6-0 in the final.
CALLUM FORBES and Che Benny will represent Trinidad and Tobago in the Final Round of Flow’s “Ultimate Football Experience”, which will be staged here in the twin-island republic, on May 7.
Blackpool Sports Club from Mt Lambert, will be staging their 26th anniversary football match in memory of one of their foundation members, Cecil “Rajay” Joseph, at the Aranguez Savannah on Sunday, from 4 pm.