There will be a Brock Badger on the field when 20 international soccer teams clash at the 2020 CONCACAF Women’s U-20 Championship in the Dominican Republic from Feb. 22 to March 8.
Head Coach Richard Hood announced his final Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Under 20 squad that will contest the CONCACAF U-20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers in Dominican Republic later this month.
The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football this week announced that the Dominican Republic will host the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championship. The final two stages of the competition (group stage and knockout round) will take place between February 15 – March 1, 2020.
T&T’s squad for next month’s Concacaf Women’s Under-20 Championships (February 15 – March 1) in Dominican Republic will mainly comprise of a new batch of foreign-based players and a handful of local talents, who have been training alongside national coach Richard Hood, over the past couple weeks.
The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association wishes to announce the hiring of Stephan De Four as head coach of the National Women’s Under 20 and Under 17 teams ahead of upcoming CONCACAF championships.
New National Under-17 and 20 Women's football coach Richard Hood is already predicting difficult roads ahead for his teams, especially his U-20 players who will have to tangle with the giants of the CONCACAF region USA, Mexico and Canada, as well as emerging powerhouse Haiti for one of just two spots from the North, Central American and the Caribbean Football Federations tournament next month.
The T&T Football Association has sought to clear the air on reports that United States-based coach Stephan De Four was appointed as coach of the country's Senior Women, Under-20 and Under-17 football teams.
The Alcorn State University women's soccer program will be represented in the CONCACAF U20 World Cup Qualifiers as sophomore defender Shalisha King was named to Trinidad & Tobago's squad.
“For me it wasn’t about qualifying [when I accepted the job as women’s coach], it was about stability,” said Trinidad and Tobago Women’s National Under-20 Team head coach Jamaal Shabazz.