Dominica Women's Team Ready For CFU Tournament

It will be a cultural and musical mix of Salsa, Meringue Calypso and Zouk in Group 2 of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup tournament when hosts’ Puerto Rico Barbados, Dominica and Martinique meet on May 23-28 to battle for a place in the CONCACAF Gold Cup and the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Dominican National Women’s...

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Cayman Ladies Ready for Caribbean Cup

Competing in Group 3 of the Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup tournament is the country whose football association President wears many hats and continues to be an inspiration to Caribbean football.

The island nation of the Cayman Islands will test their mettle against the likes of hosts’ Turks & Caicos, St Kitts &amp...

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines Girls Ready

The St Vincent and the Grenadines National Women’s senior team has set its sight on success and are preparing to shake up the 2014 Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup tournament.

The Grenadines will be competing in Group 1 of the competition and will have their mettle tested against host Antigua & Barbuda; Aruba and the US...

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Fifteen Year Old St Lucian Nyrone Winter Introduced To The Game Of Football

Fifteen year old St Lucian Nyrone Winter who was introduced to the game of football at a tender age by his father Roger Winter, has propelled himself to national recognition as an ardent and passionate player of the game who has become a permanent fixture on the islands national team and his local clubs.

Winter is a past student of the Vieux Fort...

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Seasoned Bermuda Braces For CFU Caribbean Women's Cup

The Bermuda National Women’s Football team was officially formed by the Bermuda Football Association (BFA) under the presidency of former President Neville Tyrrell in 1999.

Since the year 2000 the BFA National Women’s Football team has competed in fifteen international games and despite not winning any titles so far, will be a force to reckon...

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Call For More Referees To Step Forward

Two Caribbean refereeing stalwarts have expressed their concerns about the need for more referees from the region, and believe that more refereeing courses are need in the Caribbean and the CONCACAF region.

FIFA instructor Peter Prendergast, and Barbados Football Association (BFA) Head of the Referee’s Department, Mark Forde, recently spoke...

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TCI Women Ready For Debut

The Turks and Caicos Islands Football Association (TCIFA) National Women’s team will be putting it all on the line when they host Group 3 of the inaugural Caribbean Football Union’s (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup Tournament starting on May 23, 2014 in three Caribbean countries.

 

The TCI will face stiff opposition from the experienced Cayman...

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CFU Benefits Significantly From Historic Copa America Centenario Announcement

02 May 2014 |

Kingston, Jamaica - Neatly packaged and nicely tucked away in the historical announcement issued by CONCACAF President, Jeffrey Webb and CONMEBOL President, Eugenio Figueredo on Thursday 1 May 2014 was one of the most important developmental opportunities for Caribbean football since the creation of the Caribbean Football Union in...

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CFU Unveils Women's Caribbean Cup 2014 Logo

The land of the exquisite Humming Bird and the melodic steel-pan will be the host city for inaugural Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup finals to be held in ‎Trinidad and Tobago from August 17-27.

The CFU today, unveiled its colorful logo for the tournament, which features a soccer ball riveting from the sweet music of the...

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Bermuda Joins Inaugural Women's Caribbean Cup 2014

Kingston, Jamaica - The Caribbean Football Union (CFU) would like to announce that Bermuda will participate in the Inaugural Women's Caribbean Cup 2014. The Bermuda ladies will join group 3 alongside Turks & Caicos Islands, Cayman Islands and St. Kitts & Nevis.

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