A goal in each half lifted Canada to a 2-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago in the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship opener on Thursday at the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano.
Trinidad & Tobago can’t be blamed for having an extra spring in its step, especially since it will contest the opening match of the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship (CU20W) against Canada on Thursday at the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano.
The issues surrounding the acquisition of travelling documents for the Trinidad and Tobago women’s Under-17 football team preparing to head to Puerto Rico next month were settled on Thursday as the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFA) was able to secure funding for the visas and passports for the team members.
Six days before this country’s Under-20 Women Soca Warriors start the final phase of qualification towards the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Papua New Guinea 2016, coach Jason Spence and his technical are uncertain about the team’s involvement.
National Under-20 women’s player Maya Matouk rated this country’s third place finish at the recent Caribbean Football Union Final Round Women’s U-20 championship as satisfactory.
Although Trinidad & Tobago came within five excruciating minutes of qualifying for last year’s FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup, no team from the Caribbean has ever competed in the biennial event.
Jason Spence, coach of the T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors, which booked a spot in the eight-team Concacaf Finals last Sunday in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is calling for more support for the team ahead of the next phase of qualifiers in December.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s Team have been draw with Canada, Honduras and Jamaica for the CONCACAF Final Round in Honduras in December.
T&T Under-20 Women Soca Warriors booked a spot in the CONCACAF finals after beating Puerto Rico 4-3 on sudden-death penalty-kicks following a 1-1 draw at the end of regulation and extra-time in their Caribbean Football Union third place playoff in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Friday.