CHAD APPOO, coach of the T&T men’s beach soccer team, is heartened by the potential shown by his squad at the Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Women were crowned winners of the Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup after defeating hosts Bahamas 11-6 in Sunday night’s closing fixture at the Beach Soccer Stadium in Nassau. And the Men’s team bounced back from consecutive losses to Bahamas and Colombia to pull off a come from behind 4-3 win over Costa Rica on Sunday as well.
TRINIDAD and Tobago’s Sham Mohammed has been appointed the new president of Beach Soccer Worldwide for the Caribbean.
TRINIDAD and Tobago women's and men’s beach soccer teams recorded contrasting results on the opening day of the 2022 Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup at the Beach Soccer Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas on Friday.
THE covid19 pandemic proved to be a huge challenge on the national beach soccer squad, according to team captain Ryan Augustine.
Chad Appoo will serve as head coach for this country’s Men and Women’s Beach Soccer Teams that will participate in the 2022 Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup which takes place at the Beach Soccer Stadium, Sir Sidney Poitier Bridge in Nassau October 21-23.
T&T’s beach soccer men made their exit from the Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship (CBDC) on Friday after being hammered 9-2 by El Salvador in a quarterfinal encounter in Alajuela, Costa Rica.
Trinidad and Tobago will be represented at the 2022 Bahamas Beach Soccer Cup with two national senior teams, Men’s and Women, jetting off to Nassau later this month.
T&T BEACH Soccer players Dominic McDougall and Jabari Gray both know that the national team will have to produce their strongest performance of the 2021 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championships to upset El Salvador in the quarterfinals, on Friday.