Monday January 06, 2020
All clubs are reminded that there will be a 2nd transfer window which will last for 2 days from Thursday, January 23 to Friday, January 24th, 2020.
Transfers during this period will be done through the FIFA DTMS System. Officials of clubs are urged to comply with the BFA to ensure that their registrations are online in the FIFA Connect System so as to not hamper their processes during this period.
Below is some important information regarding the DTMS e-learning tool and instructions on how to log in and start practising:
Clubs must complete the "In-depth training", once this learning path has been completed, download the course certificate from the "Achievements" tab and email the certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will allow the BFA to initiate your TMS account activation request. Certificates must be sent to the BFA as soon as possible or prior to January 20th to facilitate the activation of TMS accounts.
Friday December 27, 2019
Please see the below circular regarding the requirements for registering persons in the FIFA Connect System. Clubs are reminded to submit the names of the 2 or 3 persons who will be managing the FIFA Connect System for their Clubs along with their email address and contact number by December 31, 2020.
Additionally, clubs are reminded that the deadline for the registration of players and officials is January 20, 2020.
Thursday December 19, 2019
Please note that due to new FIFA regulations all players and officials are required to be registered on the new FIFA Connect system (brb.ma.services) for the 2020 Season.
The below circular provides more information on the process moving forward.
All clubs must submit the names for 2 to 3 persons who will be responsible for the entering and managing their club's FIFA Connect account. These names must be submitted to the BFA Secretariat by December 31, 2019. Names may be submitted via email: email@example.com or via phone at 538-2255.
Friday October 13, 2017
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
The Barbados Football Association has no registered intermediaries involved in any transactions for the period of 01.04.2016 until 31.03.2017
Please be guided accordingly.
Saturday April 01, 2017
The BFA has adopted a zero-tolerance approach to violence in football and in general. To this end it has launched its “Stop the Violence” campaign which is aimed at sensitizing person about this scourge that is plaguing our society.
We would like to inform our members that reported threats or abuse against officials and fellow players from supporters, fans, officials or players themselves will be forwarded to the police and the BFA will support the law in having these persons prosecuted.
Note that any player, official, club or its supporters found guilty of this behaviour will be subject to extreme disciplinary measures which may include expulsion from the BFA.
Thank you for taking note and be guided accordingly.