December 12, 2013
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THE Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s National High School Soccer Championships is all set for the Roscow AL Davies Soccer Complex. The games pit the best of the BAISS, GSSSA and GBSSAA schools in three days of competition.
A PROFESSIONAL soccer franchise could be heading to the Bahamas as one of the leading leagues in North America looks to continue its expansion effort, The Tribune can reveal.
IT will be a weekend of tests for the Bahamas men’s national beach soccer team as they continue their training to elevate their level of play ahead of two marquee events.
TEAM Bahamas learned their path toward a possible regional title yesterday as the draw for February’s Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Beach Soccer Championship was announced.
AS the build up for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017 continues, local stakeholders continue to promote the country and the upcoming historic event to the international beach soccer community.
WITH eight months until the kings of the sand are crowned at the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Bahamas 2017, the pathway to glory has now been drawn with the release of the tournament’s match schedule.
THE Bahamas finished third in Group Six with a 1-2 record against regional competition in Suriname over the weekend.
THE Queen’s College Comets and St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine are the first national high school soccer champions in Bahamian high school sports history.
THE Lyford Cay Dragons bounced back from a disappointing debut in the CFU 2015 Club Championship in Haiti to claim a 2-2 draw with Unite Sainte Rosienne this evening. The Dragons, who rallied from 2-0 down at half time against the team from Guadeloupe, are the first Bahamian side to play in the championship, which features 14 of the region’s strongest soccer clubs.
A SENIOR Bahamian soccer international has accused the national federation of sabotaging the country’s 2018 World Cup campaign and issued an apology to supporters for the debacle of the 5-0 defeat by Bermuda last week.
The top Bahamian soccer players have been forced to choose between playing for their country in the opening FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying tie next week or representing the nation at the CONCACAF Beach Soccer Championship.
THE Bahamas Football Association has announced its team management for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 Qualifiers as the men’s senior national team returns to international play.
THE Bahamas, fast becoming the mecca for international sporting events, will now prepare to host the 2017 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.
BILLED as a “David vs Goliath” matchup, Bahamas Football Association national team head coach Dion Godet expects the Bahamian public to be pleasantly surprised at the product the Bahamas will produce on the pitch this week when they host a trio of regional powerhouses.
THE quarter-finals have shown how more tactically organised teams are and doing what needs to be done to get a goal and then sitting back. Fatigue is also starting to set in. Managers now have a clear idea of how each team’s style of play is and developing strategies to exploit their weaknesses.
Following a visit by one of the leading beach soccer programmes in the FIFA community, the Bahamas Football Association and the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture have strengthened their resolve in the lofty goal of hosting the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.
FORMER Grand Bahama soccer player Dominic Adams has just signed a professional contract with �BV Vestmannaeyjar, a professional football club in Iceland.
IN the Bahamas’ first appearance at the Major Beach Soccer Championships, Quality Beach Soccer Club delivered a series of encouraging performances against some of the most notable teams in the region.