In the shadow of the Arima Velodrome, one of the oldest football clubs in the area teaches young men and women the fundamentals of one of our national sports. The Memphis Football Club aims to encourage and develop youngsters with an interest in football.
Alcons Soccer Academy’s fortieth anniversary will coincide with the organisation’s expansion programme, which opens doors for young children in different parts of the country.
Stokley Vale and Valtrin United both kicked off their T&T Football Federation (T&TFF) Champion of Champions Tournament with victories on Saturday. Stokely Vale, the Tobago Football Association Premier Division champions, blanked South zone champions Siparia Spurs, 2-0 in their encounter at the Plymouth Recreational Ground, Tobago while Eastern Football Association kings Valtrin eked out a 1-0 win over Northern Football Association’s Petit Valley United at Squadron Ground, Tunapuna.
Arima Young Masters were voted ’Team of the Year - 2009’ by the Arima Football League on Sunday evening when the curtain officially fell on the 2009 season at the Arima Town Hall.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) Champion of Champions competition will not kick off today as scheduled after Central Zone football club Strugglers filed a court order to stop the tournament.
Jah Unit is the winner of the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs (MSYA) sponsored Freedom Cup… No More Borders Football Tournament. The Basilon Street boys captured the title by beating LVT of St Barb’s 1-0 in the final on Friday at St Paul Street Multi Purpose Sporting Complex.