The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will host screening sessions for the Boys Under 13 Elite Development Programme this Sunday July 14th from 10am at the Ato Boldon Stadium.
The screening is open to all boys who have not been screened previously and are born on or after January 1st, 2006 and possess a Trinidad and Tobago passport or is eligible to represent this country through parentage.
Players are requested to attend the session with a red jersey, white jersey, black pants, black socks and other football gears as well as a form of identification. Players are asked to be at the venue for 9:00am.
In related news, it was announced by the Caribbean Football Union yesterday that they will host the 2019 Girls’ Under 14 Challenge Series from August 5-13, 2019 across five venues in the region. A total of 22 teams will take part in the competition including Trinidad and Tobago.
The developmental tournament will be played in Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, St. Kitts and Nevis and the Dominican Republic.
T&T have been placed in Group 5 which will take place in Dominican Republic. The group includes the hosts, Grenada, Suriname, Guyana and T&T.
“This competition follows last year’s Women’s Challenge Series and drills down on the CFU’s commitment to grassroots football generally and the advancement of the women’s game specifically. Just under 400 girls from across the Caribbean will get the chance to pit their skills against their counterparts, and this will also foster their growth and development both on and off the football pitch,” CFU President Randolph Harris said.