The inaugural Deaf Futsal League (DFL) will kick off tomorrow (Saturday August 5) at the Eastern Regional Indoor Sport Arena, in Tacarigua with a opening ceremony from 3pm.
Do three international assignments undertaken under the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) during the tenure of the current David John-Williams administration not prove the legitimacy of the management of the Trinidad and Tobago national futsal team and its claim for compensation?
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal Men will be aiming to shake off their two recent losses to CONCACAF champions Costa Rica as they seek a place in the final round of qualification for the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup which takes place in Colombia later this year.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal Team ended their World Cup aspirations on Thursday night as they suffered a heart wrenching 5-3 defeat to Honduras in their second leg CONCACAF playoff qualifier at the BN Arena in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal team suffered their second defeat to Costa Rica when both teams met in a friendly at the Liceo de Curridabat on Friday night. Following the 6-0 defeat on Wednesday, T&T got on the scoresheet this time through Ishmael Daniel but were outscored 6-1 by the reigning CONCACAF champions.
All to play for in second Futsal qualifier
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Men’s Futsal Team will have it all to play for in Thursday’s second leg CONCACAF playoff qualifier after keeping themselves in the race for a Final round place with a well played 1-1 draw with Honduras at the BN Arena in San Jose, Costa Rica on Wednesday.
He is one of the four members of the National Futsal team that plays professional 11v11 football but he is beaming with pride on the opportunity to represent the country in an international tournament.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal Team will face off with Honduras in their opening leg of a two-game series at the BN Arena in San Jose from 5:30pm (7:30pm TT Time) on Wednesday in their CONCACAF Final round qualifying play off.
Trinidad and Tobago’s National Futsal men’s team received a stern lesson from the reigning champions of CONCACAF in Heredia on Wednesday night.