The Trinidad and Tobago Women's Team arrived in Georgetown, Guyana shortly after 2 pm on Friday ahead of tomorrow's CONCACAF W World Cup qualifier against Dominica. The match will take place at the National Track and Field Facility in Lenora, Guyana at 5 pm.
There has been one change to the squad with goalkeeper Malaika Dedier coming in for Klil Keshwar.
Head coach Kenwyne Jones was expected to conduct a training session at the Georgetown Football Club grounds on Friday evening and the official matchday-1 session will take place on Saturday at the game venue.
Meanwhile, the T&TFA meantime wishes to thank all stakeholders and partners who contributed and offered their support towards the staging of Thursday's CONCACAF Women's World Cup qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo in which the T&T women's Soca Warriors won 2-1 with a goal each from Asha James and captain Karyn Forbes.
T&T senior women's team is trying to qualify from Group F in the 2022 Concacaf World Championship, which serves as a qualifying competition for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The FA and the Teams will especially like to thank the fans who turned up at the venue to witness the match and spur on captain Karyn Forbes and her teammates.
This was the first Covid Safezone undertaking by the FA for an international event. The FA's Planning Committee will continue to review its operations and processes as we look ahead to hosting future events.
The next Concacaf Women's qualifier after Dominica will be against the Turks and Caicos Islands on April 9, and then Guyana on April 12 at home at the Hasely Crawford Stadium to close out the round-robin pool campaign. At the end of this stage, only the top team will qualify for the next phase of the competition.