DESPITE being a relatively new addition to the football scene in Chaguanas, the Woodford Sweaters Football Club (WSFC) is determined to promote a sense of camaraderie not only among its members but within the community, as they strive to be their brother’s keeper during the covid19 pandemic. The club, which was created in 2015 by a group of friends who enjoyed playing casual matches, came together to collect food supplies and distribute hampers for families in need in their Chaguanas community last weekend.
Can Bou Play Foundation (CBP), a mentor and education organization run by professional footballers, has partnered with other stakeholders to offer food support in the form of hampers to those in need during these tough economic times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
EX-NATIONAL footballer, Steve David, believes the launch of his Field of Dreams Sport Complex and Sports Club in Point Fortin is the spark needed to reinvigorate a renewed passion for sport and camaraderie within the southern community.
The Veteran Footballers Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago (VFFOTT) is mourning the death of former Malvern player Michael “Sally” Saldenha.
CROWN TRACE FC completed the double, with victories in the Under-18 and Under-16 round-robin categories, at the 20th annual Carapichaima Youth Football Super League.
Michael "Sally" Saldenha was described by some of his closest friends, national football coach, Everard "Gally" Cummings, former National Carnival Commission (NCC) chairman Keston Nancoo and former national football manager Peter Rampersad as a "Man of Principles."
KEEPING with its slogan “Building communities through sport,” the 2020 Community Football League (CFL) is ready to kick off again. The league’s 2020 edition was officially launched, on Saturday evening, at the South-West Regional Indoor Arena, in Point Fortin.
Former Malvern Sports Clubs football stalwart Michael Saldenha died on Thursday morning at his home in Morvant, Port-of-Spain. He was 75 years old.