Trinidad and Tobago’s National Beach Soccer team will journey to Bridgetown, Barbados on Thursday to contest the Barbados International Beach Soccer Showcase as part of their build up to the CONCACAF Beach Soccer World Cup qualifiers in the Bahamas later this month.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Beach Soccer team will commence a ten-day training camp at Turtle Beach Tobago on Saturday as they continue preparations for the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship and World Cup qualifiers in the Bahamas next month.
NATIONAL BEACH soccer custodian, Zane Coker, continues to make waves for his team BSC Bienne Hatchets at the Suzuki Beach Soccer League in Switzerland.
Nine Caribbean Football Union teams taking part in the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship to be staged in Nassau, Bahamas, from February 20 to 26 next year, now know their schedule.
National beach soccer player Chad Appoo is currently nursing a ruptured ACL but has not given up hope on representing this country as the CONCACAF Beach Soccer final round of qualifying later this year.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association was represented at the fifth Beach Soccer Workshop in Dubai this past week by two representatives from the Beach Soccer Association of T&T.
Former Trinidad and Tobago international Brent Rahim continues to play a pivotal role in the development of Beach Soccer in his position as FIFA coordinator for Beach Soccer and Futsal, operating out of the FIFA headquarters in Zurich.
The Beach Soccer Association has agreed to partner with the Special Olympics Committee of Trinidad and Tobago for its upcoming Seaside Games to be staged at Maracas Bay on Sunday October 30th.
As we come to the end of the 2015 season which saw the Trinidad and Tobago Beach Soccer team capture the 2015 Lucayan Cup in the Bahamas where they defeated world powerhouse Mexico and the hosts in the process, we hear from National Beach Soccer team goalkeeper Victor Thomas in this One on One.