YOUNG FOOTBALLERS in Trinidad and Tobago will have the chance to play against their counterparts in Brazil in a programme founded by football star Neymar.
MIC held off Seed of Greatness 2-1 on Saturday evening as action continued in the Sweet Sixteen Football League at the Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande. After a goalless first half.
A JACKPOT valued at $10,000 is at stake at the inagural Women’s seven-a-side football tournament, organised by digital sport media organisation TT Sport Diary and bmobile, which will be contested today at the National Hockey Centre, Tacarigua.
BOYS TOWN and Guaya United made winning starts, on Friday, in the annual Sweet Sixteen Football League which kicked off at the Ojoe Road Recreation Ground, Sangre Grande. Boys Town, courtesy a double from Keirin Vincent, got past Dream Team 2-1 in the opening game of Group B. Dream Team's goal came via Daniel Craig, but that was as close as they would get.
Shaka FC Club was one of five football club which was honoured by the Church on the Rock during the 2018 Football Awards ceremony held in Morvant on December 1.
Former T&T national youth football trio Robert Primus, Brendon Creed and Leland Archer have joined the ranks of the Can Bou Play Foundation (CBP).
GREMIO manager Ashky Charles has heaped praise on Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond League organiser Prakash Ramkissoon who has been hosting the annual football tournament for 30 years.
Malachi Hazel of FC Ginga was named the "Most Valuable Player" of the Concept Coaching Under-14 Youth Football Tournament "Carnival Edition" which ended on the weekend at Constantine Park in Macoya, Tunapuna.
GREMIO beat their noisy neighbours Boys Town 3-2, on Saturday, to win their first ever Caribbean Welders Fishing Pond Football League final at the Fishing Pond Recreation Ground.