TT Pro League

TT Pro League

  • TTFA PUMPS $800,000 INTO PRO LEAGUE AND SUPER LEAGUE

    At a time when sponsorship and Government funding is scarce, the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association has stepped in to stabilize its major and second tier leagues. ” We are giving US $100,000 to the Pro League and US$25, 000 to the TT Super League in an effort to bolster their administrative efforts,: stated…

  • JOEVIN: STILL EVERYTHING TO PLAY FOR

    Trinidad and Tobago’s Joevin Jones has described this country’s 1-0 defeat to Mexico as “Unlucky” as he reflected on Tuesday’s 2018 World Cup qualifier in which his disallowed first half strike was a focal point. Jones started both matches including the 1-0 victory over Panama and now while his focus returns to Seattle Sounders…

  • WConnection’s Alvin Jones heads to preseason

    Point Lisas Industrial Estate. Monday 6th February, 2017. WConnection wingback Alvin Jones will jet off on Tuesday and joins the list of players from the club to head out on overseas opportunities this year. Jones, younger brother of Joevin Jones who plays for Seattle Sounders, will join new entrants into the Major League Soccer…

  • Skeene: Pro League will stay

    In the face of economic difficulties, Dexter Skeene, chief executive officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Pro League, stands confident that the PL will maintain its status as the best league in the country and by extension, the Caribbean, in 2017 and beyond. The new 2017 season (April-December) will boast a full calendar, including…

  • Statement from Central F.C.

    As seems to be the regular scenario in T&T football, certain sections of the football establishment choose to ignore important issues raised, to service their own agendas. The recent press release made by Central F.C. was addressing the perceived lack of support by Sport Minister Daryll Smith for professional football in this country. While…

  • Rangers, W Connection kayoed

    THE 2016-2017 professional football season ended for St Ann’s Rangers and Directv W Connection on Wednesday night, when both were knocked out of the $110,000 season-ending Digicel Pro Bowl. Central FC sent St Ann’s Rangers on early holidays with an 8-0 whipping in the opening match of the quarter-final double-header, played at Ato Boldon…

  • HISTORIC ‘TRICK’

    CENTRAL FC yesterday won the Digicel Pro League for an historic third straight time but now wonder if there will be a Pro League to compete in. “The financial situation is real. If the (Government) subvention is completely taken away, I can’t see how most clubs in the league will survive,” stated Central FC…

  • $1M SHOWDOWN

    Either defending champions Central FC or Directv W Connection will take the $1million prize and hoist the winner’s trophy when the shortened 2016-2017 season of the Digicel Pro League concludes this afternoon. Central FC (44 points), champions of 2014-15 and 2015-16, face third-placed San Juan Jabloteh in their final league game from 3:30pm at…

  • Mau Pau whip Caledonia 2-0

    EX-SWANSEA striker Jason “Scotty” Scotland netted as Ma Pau Stars moved to within a point of third spot in the Digicel Pro League after beating Morvant Caledonia United 2-0 in the lone match played on Sunday. Former Europe-based forward and Trinidad and Tobago 2006 World Cup player Jason Scotlant netted his eighth league goal…

  • Game on

    HUGHTUN HECTOR scored the winner as Directv W Connection won an intense thriller 1-0 win over third-placed Play Whe San Juan Jabloteh on Friday night at the Ato Boldon stadium, ensuring that the 2016-2017 Digicel Pro League season will be decided only on the final day. W Connection returned to the top of the…

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