Russell Latapy takes up coaching duties in Barbados

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (March 20, 2019) – The Barbados Football Association today announced the appointment of Russell Latapy as head coach of the senior men’s team. Trinidadian Latapy is a retired footballer whose senior career, both at club and international level, spanned more than two decades. He is also a former coach of the Trinidad and...

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Ivan Gutierrez is president of the Puerto Rico FA

President Elect of Federación Puertorriqueña de Fútbol (FPF) Ivan Gutierrez (left) speaks with the outgoing president, Eric Labrador

Ivan Gutierrez is president of the Puerto Rico FA

The Federación Puertorriqueña de Fútbol (FPF), on March 16, 2019, elected a new president in the person of Ivan Rivera Gutierrez. The new president received just...

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JFF launch new artificial turf and facilities

The Jamaica Football Federation, on March 13, officially opened brand new digs that include a full-sized artificial turf and a 26-room building at the Captain Horace Burrell Centre of Excellence just six months after breaking ground.

JFF President Michael Ricketts said the facility, which has a price tag of US $600,000.00, was the first of at...

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Guyana U17s prep for Concacaf Group C challenge

The technical team of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) is looking to maximize on the upward mobility and promise of the U17 team, which has a provisional squad in training for the 2019

Concacaf U17 Championship. The men’s World Cup qualifying competition, to be hosted at the IMG Academy campus in Bradenton, Florida, will be disputed in three...

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Vincy Heat win WIFA Men’s 2019 Championship

St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ senior men’s team, Vincy Heat, emerged winners of the five-team Windward Islands Football Association Men’s 2019 Championship, which was played at Victoria Park in St. Vincent.

The new-look Vincy Heat finished at the top of the table with 10 points amassed from three wins and a draw, one point ahead of...

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Women’s World Cup Trophy makes first stop in Jamaica

Excitement, hope and even reverence were the palpable emotions as people—young and old—examined the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy and took pictures standing next to it at the Montego Bay Sports Complex on March 3, 2019.

The trophy, for which 24 teams including Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz will compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup from June 7-July 7...

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Reggae Girlz wins second friendly against Chile

Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz defeated Chile 3-2 on Sunday, the second win of a two-match international friendly against the South American team.

Ace striker Khadija Shaw scored in the 22nd and 32nd minutes with 16-year-old Jody Brown converting the winner in the 75th. Maria Jose Rojas (21st) and Karen Araya (59th) were the goal-scorers for Chile.

The...

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Jamaica’s Reggae Girlz Defeat Chile

Jamaica’s Reggae Gilz defeated Chile 1-0 on Thursday night in the first of two friendly internationals against the South American team.

Central midfielder Marlo Sweatman had the lone conversion of the match in the ninth minute when she scored directly from a corner kick. It was Sweatman’s third international goal.

The match, which was played at...

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