Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 15 Girls Team had a rough start to their CONCACAF Under 15 Championship as they went down 22-0 to the United States in their opening match of the tournament on Tuesday morning at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena in Disney, Orlando.
A Trinidad and Tobago National Under-15 Girls Team departs this morning to contest the CONCACAF Under-15 Girls Championship in Disney, Orlando, USA.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association joined with the rest of CONCACAF to celebrate the second annual CONCACAF Women’s Football Day with a Girls Under 15 Festival at St Mary’s College Grounds in Port of Spain on Saturday morning.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Under 15 Girls Team head coach Marlon Charles is pushing on with the preparation of his team ahead of their opening game of the CONCACAF Under 15 Girls Championship against the United States on August 9th at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney in Orlando.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will be staging a National Girls Tournament/Festival at the St Mary’s College Ground and St Joseph’s Convent College Ground in Port of Spain on Saturday April 30th, 2016 from 10am.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 15 Girls team will face the United States in its opening match of the CONCACAF Girls’ Under 15 Championship in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday August 9th, 2016. T&T have been grouped with the US, Mexico, Haiti and Dominican Republic.
Rajesh Latchoo, head coach of the Trinidad and Tobago National Under 15 girls team has paid tribute to his staff members and parents of the players which performed creditably at the CONCACAF Championship where they finished in third place in the Cayman Islands on Sunday.
National Under 15 Women’s Team head coach Marlon Charles has described the upcoming CONCACAF U-15 Championship in Disney,Orlando as the perfect opportunity for local players to deepen their love for the sport.
LAURELLE THEODORE, last season’s Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) top goalscorer while representing St Augustine Secondary, netted a hat-trick to lead Trinidad and Tobago to a respectable third spot in the 2014 CONCACAF Under-15 Girls Championship, which ended Sunday night in the Cayman Islands.