Today, three days before T&T faces Ecuador away from home in the first leg of a two-match 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup playoff, this country’s players and staff will arrive in Guayaquil, a city at sea level.
T&T’s senior women’s team was the biggest mover among all 177 nations, leaping to 46th spot, when Fifa issued its latest women’s national team rankings a fews days ago.
Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Women’s Team had their first training session at the Training Centre (Centro de Capacitación, CECAP) in Mexico City earlier today.
See how everyone jumps on board now.
Three weeks ago the national women footballers arrived in the United States with no manager and almost no money, prompting their coach to use social networking in begging for assistance on their behalf.
TRINIDAD and Tobago senior women’s football team will depart for Mexico City today at 3:30 p.m. for a live-in training camp ahead of their away leg of the FIFA World Cup play-off with Ecuador on November 8. The return leg is scheduled for Port of Spain on December 2.
JASMINE SAMPSON is hoping her involvement in the Trinidad and Tobago women football team can have a positive impact on the team’s chances of securing a place at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.
T&T’s senior women’s captain Maylee Attin-Johnson said that the period spent together by members of the team during the recent Concacaf Championship in the United States has left them a much tighter bunch than they were previously.
ANTHONY HARFORD’S All Sport Promotions is staging a charter to Ecuador for the first-leg of the World Cup qualifier between the Trinidad and Tobago women’s national football team and Ecuador on Saturday.
This country’s women footballers did not only win new fans and friends in the United States during their recent showing at the Concacaf Championship but several supporters around the world have decided to back T&T as one of the favourites or best second team as the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup approaches.