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Concacaf development director encouraged by club licensing efforts...

The recent Club Licensing Workshop hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association in collaboration with CONCACAF has been hailed by the confederation’s Director of Development Jason Roberts as it provides a platform to continue professionalising the game. Roberts was in Trinidad last week along with CONCACAF head of professional football development Jonathan Martinez and Cristhian Tonelli, Professional football development supervisor at CONCACAF to meet with TTFA Director of club...

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Upcoming International Friendlies cancelled due to COVID-19

With the best interest of the safety of players, staff members, officials and fans among all stakeholders The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association and Canada Soccer have taken a decision to cancel the two upcoming international friendlies between both countries scheduled to take place Langford, British Columbia, Canada on March 27th and 31st as the world continues to grapple with the spread of COVID-19. The TTFA believes that cancelling the...

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National Teams training suspended for 14 days due...

In light of the entry of the corona virus into Trinidad and Tobago, and CONCACAF's suspension of the Scotiabank Champions League yesterday, the Technical Committee in consultation with President William Wallace is suspending training for all national teams with immediate effect for a minimum of fourteen (14) days from March 13th to 27th. Head coaches and managers have been asked to disseminate this information to all players and to remain...

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Technical Chairman and Senior Men’s Head coach hold...

TTFA Technical Committee Chairman, Keith Look Loy, and Senior Men's National Team Head coach, Terry Fenwick, met this morning. The meeting was cordial and productive. Fenwick agreed that the supervision of national teams by, and accountability of national coaches to, the Technical Committee is a necessity. Look Loy, on behalf of the Technical Committee assured Fenwick of the Committee's support and guaranteed the facilitation of senior men's team plans. In...

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TTFA Confirms Exclusive Retail Agreement with Sports &...

TTFA Confirms Exclusive Retail Agreement with Sports & Games The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has today announced Trinidad & Tobago’s leading sports retailer Sports & Games as its Exclusive Retail Partner. The four-year arrangement includes collaboration on a series of marketing campaigns and fan engagement programmes that will add extra value to fans who purchase official merchandise. Among the activities planned will be events including (but not limited...

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TTFA stages Team Managers Workshop

TTFA stages Team Managers Workshop The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association held the first of a multi-part workshop for recently appointed National Teams Managers at the Ato Boldon Stadium. The workshop was facilitated by Renee John Williams, CONCACAF administrative instructor. The managers of the various national teams were in attendance for the Team Managers Workshop which was rolled out by CONCACAF in 2018 ahead of the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League....

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Mexico ends dream for U-20 Women

The dream is over but not without this country’s Under 20 Women’s footballers showing that they possessed the courage, fight and determination to pursue that dream. Perennial powerhouse Mexico pulled off a 4-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago in their quarter final fixture at Estadio Olympic Félix Sánchez in Santo Domingo at the CONCACAF Under 20 women’s championship on Wednesday evening. T&T were able to hold off the Mexicans in...

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Caribbean Chemicals Becomes new TTFA Partner.

The Trinidad & Tobago Football Association is delighted to announce Caribbean Chemicals & Agencies Ltd as its latest Official Partner with an agreement that will support in the development and improvement of playing pitches at senior, junior and school level. The four-year agreement, worth a total of TT$1.5m, takes effect immediately and follows last week’s announcement of Avec UK as the TTFA’s technical kit and training wear Partner. Caribbean Chemicals...

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Keshwar ready for quarter-final challenge

Trinidad and Tobago Under 20 Women’s team goalkeeper Klil Keshwar will not forget last Sunday’s match winning performance against Puerto Rico for a long time to come. But tomorrow it’s a return to business as this country takes on Mexico in their quarter final fixture at 4:00pm. Keshwar saved Puerto Rico’s final penalty attempt to send T&T through 5-4. “I don’t know how to describe the feeling. It was shocking...

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Klil keeps T&T in the hunt

Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 20 Women’s team put on their biggest show of resilience at the CONCACAF Under 20 Women’s championship to pull off a 5-4 victory on penalty kicks over Puerto Rico at the Estadio Panamericano on Sunday to seal their spot int the quarter finals. The win came when goalkeeper Kill Keshwar made a stop diving to her right to deny Puerto Rico on their fifth attempt by...

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