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Oct

18

BFA's Executive Mentorship Program Restarts

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The Barbados Football Association (BFA) restarted its Executive Mentorship Program (EMP) last weekend, with its first face-to-face workshop since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last March.

The program was initially launched in the summer of 2019 by Concacaf’s president, Victor Montagliani, to assist Member Associations as they modernized their governance, with a focus on Lea...

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Oct

16

Updated Schedule for U-17s in CWU17C

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With a rescheduled itinerary, the junior Lady Tridents will now only face Belize and Curacao in the Qualifiers of the 2022 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship.

This after St Vincent and the Grenadines pulled out of the competition to be held at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, citing logistical reasons.

The junior Lady Tridents will now face Belize on October ...

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Oct

14

Junior Lady Tridents Ready Ahead of CWU17C

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Barbados’ national Under-17 Lady Tridents are set to contest the qualification round ahead of the 2022 Concacaf Women’s Under-17 Championship (CWU17C).

The tournament, set to be staged at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, will take place from October 20 to November 1, after being rescheduled from August.

Barbados was drawn into Group B and joined the likes o...

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Sep

23

Training Resumes

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The Barbados Football Association has received permission for its national teams to resume training.

Attorney General Dale Marshall gave the green light earlier and President Randy Harris expressed elation at having the senior men and women, Under-20 boys and Under-17 females back in training ahead of their competition beginning next month.

“We have three national team...

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Aug

30

Remembering Rudy

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Former Barbados national midfielder Sheridan Rudy Grosvenor was hailed as a titan of the local football fraternity and his absence will leave a big gap to fill. 

Following the news of his untimely passing yesterday evening after a battle with cancer, the outpouring of love for the 43-year-old former Clayton’s Kola Tonic Notre Dame and Waterford Compton player can only be de...

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Aug

29

Fly High Rudy

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Former Barbados national midfielder Sheridan Rudy Grosvenor passed away this evening following a battle with cancer.

The 43-year-old played for many years with Clayton’s Kola Tonic Notre Dame and Waterford Compton, where he also coached.

He had 14 caps with the senior Bajan Tridents and was part of the 2011 squad in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, scoring his lone natio...

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Aug

23

Refs at CFU U14 Series

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Four of the Barbados Football Association’s (BFA) referees are set to officiate in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Under-14 series being hosted in the Dominican Republic.

 

They are Angelo Doyle, Shireen Alleyne, Alanna King and Jaselle Louison.

 

This is Doyle’s first international tournament. He brings much experience to the tab...

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Aug

21

Montagliani: Change the vernacular

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Women’s football is not about women’s football; it’s about football, and so the vernacular of football needs to be changed now.

That was the advice from Concacaf’s President Victor Montagliani during his one-on-one remarks with Concacaf Head of Women’s Football, Karina Le Blanc yesterday. They were speaking during the Concacaf W Business Of Belonging: Wom...

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Aug

21

Barbados Women in Group D for Concacaf W Qualifiers

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Barbados has been drawn in Group D of the 2022 Concacaf W Qualifiers Road to Australia and New Zealand after being placed in Pot 2.

The Lady Tridents, who are part of 30 participating teams, have made three appearances in the Qualifiers, with their best result in 2010 when they made it to the second round of qualification, join the likes of Panama, El Salvador, Belize, and Aruba.

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Aug

20

Concacaf W launches new competition structure

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Come November, Concacaf senior women’s national teams will be involved in a new format of competition.

The new structure will include two major centralized summer tournaments; the Concacaf W Championship in 2022 and the Concacaf W Gold Cup in 2024.

These tournaments will provide more official match dates for all Concacaf women’s senior national teams while ensuri...

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