The national Under-17 women’s footballers will clash with their U-20 counterparts this afternoon at Marvin Lee Stadium (MLS) in Macoya, from 5.20 pm.The match is a part of their (the U-17s) preparation for the 2010 Fifa U-17 Women’s World Cup which will be held in T&T.
Brazil captain Aline, United States goalkeeper Hope Solo and Christine St Clair, Canada's all-time national team record goal-scorer of 84 goals in 103 internationals, will all be in Trinidad on September 12 when the emblem for the 2010 FIFA Under-17 Trinidad and Tobago Women's World Cup is revealed.
The national Under-17 football women’s team ended its first international tour on a high note following a 3-1 victory over El Salvador’s national U-20 women’s team on Saturday evening. The match was played at El Salvador’s Estadio Cuscatlan in Santa Tecla.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Nataki Kerr, as the Deputy CEO and Director of Marketing of the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Trinidad and Tobago 2010.
The Women’s National U-17 team suffered a 5-0 defeat against El Salvador’s National U-20 team on Wednesday night.
Fun filled Trinidad & Tobago got down to some serious business in preparation for the FIFA 2010 Women's U-17 World Cup. A FIFA delegation of instructors and development officers assisted local participants in a FIFA Com-Unity seminar, providing the hosts with a perfect platform to raise awareness of women's football, both within the football family and the wider community.
The Panamanian women's U-17 team lost 2-3 to their counterparts from Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly played Saturday afternoon, August 1 on a training pitch by the Rommel Fernandez Stadium.
The future of football...
FIFA vice-president Jack Warner called on all stakeholders to come on board to ensure the prominence of women in football and the success of Trinidad and Tobago's hosting of the FIFA Women's Under-17 World Cup in September next year.
A 22-member Trinidad and Tobago’s National Women’s U-17 football team arrived in Panama City on Thursday night for a schedule of warm-up internationals over the next few days.