CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani is standing by the change in the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying format implemented earlier this year, saying it was forced upon them because of a media rights issue and the new Nations League. However, he says the format will again change for the 2026 World Cup in the United States.
The visit by the Presidents of FIFA and CONCACAF to Trinidad for the opening of the Home of Football and the fact that the hosts for the 2026 World Cup are between 3 nations from CONCACAF, presents many great opportunities. Most importantly, it can be used as a catalyst to ensure a steady growth path towards the region possessing more formidable oppositions in world football. The next bold step for regional football leaders should be to lobby the region's governing body to assist in offering more playing opportunities for its own, as those for example of the EU region. The players are ultimately the most important resource of the game meaning a higher standard must be attained to be respected.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino will attend the official opening ceremony of the Home of Football in Balmain, Couva on November 18.
As president of the TTFA, I wish to formally welcome to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago FIFA President Mr. Gianni Infantino and CONCACAF President Mr. Victor Montagliani on this historic occasion of the formal opening of the Home of Football.
UNITED TTFA, the slate set to challenge the T&T Football Association (TTFA) executive elections at its November 24 AGM, has blanked incumbent president David John-Williams, who challenged them to a debate ahead of the vote.
TT Football Federation (TTFA) presidential candidate William Wallace has vowed to revive the sport in his native Tobago if he wins the organisation's executive election on November 24.
T&T Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams, who is seeking to retain his presidency in the association’s upcoming elections, has challenged his competitors to a public debate.
TT FOOTBALL Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams, who is seeking another term, has announced his slate for the association's upcoming elections on November 24.
ONE day after the senior men's national team ended its 14-match winless drought, TT Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams has announced he will be going up for president once again in the association's elections on November 24. He will go up against Secondary Schools' Football League president William Wallace and Terminix director Matthew Ferguson.