Trinidad and Tobago’s senior women’s team lost their opening match to Costa Rica’s Senior Women’s team 1-0 at the Costa Rican FIFA Goal Project Centre in San Jose on Wednesday.
A Trinidad and Tobago Senior Women’s team arrived in Costa Rica on Monday night for a nine-day tour as they prepare for the 2015 Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign.
This summer, the College of Charleston women’s soccer team enjoyed the remarkable opportunity to visit the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago to engage in exploration, team building, international fellowship, community outreach and, of course, the culturally-transcending game of soccer.
After several months of planning and scheduling, the 2012 Viking Cup has been finalized. Trinidad Tobago National Football Team, Philippines National Football Team, La Vikings and the California Cosmos will compete in the inaugural tournament.
THE TOP Notch Women’s Football Academy will be launching tomorrow at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-of-Spain, directly opposite the Queen’s Royal College.
National women’s footballers Maylee Attin-Johnson and Kenya Cordner are currently playing their trade in the United States for the Issaquah Soccer Club in the Women’s Premier Soccer League.
Trinidad and Tobago national women's football team striker Kennya Cordner scored two goals as Issaquah SC moved a step closer to winning the NorthWest Division in the second tier of the Women's Premier Soccer League in the United States.
The College of Charleston women's soccer team and head coach Christian Michner are heading to Trinidad and Tobago this week for a 10-day trip that will give them a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture and play soccer internationally.