Trinidad and Tobago Director of Women’s football Carolina Morace is optimistic about this country’s chances in the opening round of the Concacaf Caribbean Under 17 Women’s qualifying competition later this year towards the FIFA Under 17 Women’s World Cup.
Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) president David John-Williams restarted the Women’s National Team programme with a bang on 1 February 2017, as he unveiled respected Italian coach Carolina Morace and her foreign aides, Nicola Williams, Elisabetta Bavagnoli and Manuela Tesse, as assistants.
This country’s Under-17 Women Soca Warriors missed out on a spot at next year’s Concacaf Women’s Finals to be held in St George’s, Grenada, March 3-13 after going under to rivals Jamaica, 1-0 in the first of two Caribbean Football Union semifinals at the Estadio Juan Roman Loubriel, Bayamon, Puerto Rico on Friday night.
Manuela Tesse, another italian women’s coach has begun her duties in the National Women’s football programme as head coach of the Under 17 Women’s Team.
T&T Under-17 Women Soca Warriors clinched a semifinal spot at the Caribbean Football Union Under-17 Women’s Championship when they whipped Barbados 7-1 at the Estadio Juan Roman Loubriel, San Juan, Puerto Rico on Monday night.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association will host tryouts for National Under 17 Women selection on Saturday March 4th and Sunday March 5th at the Manny Ramjohn Stadium.
Group B in The Caribbean Football Union's Under 17 Finals kicked off as Trinidad & Tobago defeated Dominican Republic 4 -1, while Haiti defeated Barbados 13 - 0.
Trinidad and Tobago Under 17 Women’s Team clinched third place in the Caribbean Football Union Championship with a 3-0 victory over Cuba on Sunday in Puerto Rico.
Visas put U-17s on hold
Visa problems have hit the Trinidad and Tobago's Women's Under-17 team ahead of the Caribbean Football Union Final Round qualifiers for next year's 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.