St. Lucia’s F.A. and Government take bold steps to raise its international profile

President of the St. Lucia F.A. Lyndon Cooper

In an effort to ensure that St. Lucia’s football will be the talk of football fans in the Caribbean in a few years, the country’s political and football administrations are working together to raise the standard of, and the love for the game. In addition to negotiating a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of St. Lucia through the...

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Bermuda's Aaliyah Nolan - a rising star in women's football

Aaliyah Nolan

Sixteen year old national striker, Aaliyah Nolan of Bermuda, has been creating waves at the Women’s Under-17 and Under-20 levels of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Qualifying Tournaments, where she scored hat-tricks in both competitions.

She scored her first hat-trick in the CFU Under-20 Competition against Curacao - the only three goals...

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Government of Guyana promises assistance to local football

Guyana’s Sports Minister, Dr. Frank Anthony.

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) 2013 season opened with a special launch ceremony on August 11, at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground.

The Associations represented included the Georgetown Football Association, Upper Demerara Football Association, Essequibo Football Association, National Women’s Football Association, West Demerara Football...

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Christopher Matthias

Newly elected President of the Guyana Football Federation Christopher Matthias

The new President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF)

new chapter in Guyana’s football history was written on April 12, 2013 when Christopher Matthias was duly elected as the newest President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).

It took three rounds of voting, but just after 9 p.m. on a windy Georgetown night, General Secretary of the...

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Everton Gonsalves returned as ABFA President

Everton Gonsalves, President of the Antigua and Barbuda Football Asociation

They say the second time around is always sweeter than the first and for President of the Antigua & Barbuda Football Association (ABFA) Everton Gonsalves, he couldn’t agree more, but foresees another four years of hard work ahead.

Gonsalves, is perhaps the only President in the region to win his presidency twice within the space of six...

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