THE GALLY’S Football Finishing School (GFFS) will again host a series of specialist clinics to expose young players to the art of finishing throughout Trinidad and Tobago.
Youth football coach Imran Roberto Gopaul more affectionately known as ‘Gopz’ is a strong believer in using sport as an avenue toward success for the youth of T&T. With this belief, and his love for football, the 28-year-old Gopaul has set out to establish his own youth club called Goodwood/La Puerta Eagles F.C which is an under 18 boys club team.
Nestlé has announced an increase in its sponsorship to the tune of $200,000 throughout 2017 to help the Football Factory coaching school expand its activities. Nestlé will also provide MILO milk drinks, t-shirts and kit.
The 2017 edition of the popular Caribbean Welders 9-a-side Fishing Pond Football League kicks off on July 1 with teams vying for the first prize of $30,000.
The young footballers in the West Penn League have been urged to strike a balance between sports and academics, because of the rewards to be had.
St. Ann’s Rangers Under-17 midfield prodigy Che Benny and Antigua and Barbuda’s Ronaldo Flowers will both jet off on Thursday, with their destination Manchester United in England, after winning the Flow Ultimate Football Experience 2017 challenge final at President’s Ground in St. Ann’s, Trinidad two weekends ago.
RBC Royal Bank is partnering with West Penn Sports and Culture for the third successive year to stage the 2017 edition of the West Penn Community Youth Football League, the premier football competition for youths in the north-western peninsula of Trinidad.
ONLOOKERS and spectators had a treat at the CariFin Games football tournament at the Republic Bank Sports Club in Barataria on Saturday, which saw Scotiabank emerge victorious.
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.