Trendsetter Hawks FA attacker Malachi Celestine believes the inaugural Tiger Tanks Under-20 Men’s Invitational Football Tournament can serve as a pillar of hope for young men who may have turned to a life of crime, owing to the absence of sport for the past two years.
The inaugural Tiger Tanks Under-20 Men’s Invitational Football Tournament will kick off on April 2.
Soon many of the nation’s top under 19 football teams will be able to get back on the football field to compete for the Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament 2021_22 Championship title. The tournament expects to kickoff on December 18th of this year, once the organizing committee receives requisite approvals from the Ministry of Health, Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Ministry of Sport and the Normalization Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).
KERON “Ball Pest” Cummings is preparing for life after active football and is also seeking an opportunity to pass on the knowledge he has gained by opening his own football coaching school at Simeon Road, Petit Valley.
“The concept of sport is going to play a very big part towards a young person moving away from a life of crime,” Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith told a CNC3 sport reporter, at the opening of the inaugural Commissioner’s Cup at the Mickey Trotman Recreation Ground in Pinto on 30 June 2019.
Next Level Consulting Limited is rebranding their third annual Invitational Tournament! As soon as we return to sporting activities and the Ministry of Health and the CMO gives permission, the nation’s largest private under 19 football tournament would be known as the NLCL Under-19 Community Cup according to its organizers.
After a successful kickoff in 2019, and cancellation due to Covid in 2020, the Next Level Consulting, Limited U19 Community Invitational Tournament 2021 season is back!
A $1.5-million-dollar Tiger Tanks-sponsored Under-20 Football Tournament is set to kick off in February next year and is expected to be used in the future for the preparation of national teams.
FIFA and Caricom have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) intending to promote sports integrity and social responsibility while furthering the development of football in the region.