THE Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) will petition Government and the business sector for between two to four million dollars in funding for the World Cup preparation effort of the Trinidad and Tobago women’s national team.
Help us, please
They have reached the final leg of an historic first World Cup qualification, and the Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s footballers are begging for financial assistance.
“Come Tuesday, we will beat up on Jamaica.” It’s the boast which Trinidad and Tobago national women’s team striker Kennya “Ya Ya” Cordner hopes to deliver on tonight, when the Soca Princesses meet Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz in the final of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup from 7.15 p.m. at Hasely Crawford Stadium.
For many Arin King was the most outstanding defender at the just concluded Women’s Caribbean Cup and the rock in the T&T defence.
Trinidad and Tobago has defeated Martinique 7-0 and will now face Jamaica in the final of the Women's Caribbean Cup on Tuesday from 7.15pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
T&T Senior Women’s Team captain Maylee Attin-Johnson says her team’s 1-0 victory over Jamaica in the final of the 2014 Caribbean Cup was an Independence gift to the nation.
RANDY WALDRUM, coach of the national women football team, is pleased by the squad’s display as they got the better of Antigua/Barbuda 3-0 in their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup Final Round Group A battle at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo on Friday.
History was made in the twin-island Republic of Trinidad & Tobago as the Soca Princesses defeated rivals Jamaica to claim the inaugural CFU's Women's Caribbean Cup with a 1-0 victory.
To meet Martinique in decider.
This country’s Soca Princesses will be confident of a third straight victory and a spot in Tuesday’s Caribbean Football Union Women’s Cup final when they come up against Martinique in their Group B decider at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo, from 6.15 pm today.