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.
As part of the build up to the CONCACAF championships, today The Tribune wraps up our look at the players who will represent the Bahamas, featuring profiles of the team members who carry home hopes.
THE Cavalier FC defeated the Eagles FC in an exciting match as the Bahamas Football Association continued its regular season in the Roscoe Davies Developmental Center at the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex on Sunday.Behind a hat trick (three goals) fr
THE Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) is proud to return as a sponsor of the United Football Club (United FC).
IN a landmark agreement, FC Barcelona and its foundation has announced an official partnership with Scotiabank designating the international bank as the official banking partner of FC Barcelona in Latin America and the Caribbean.
For the first time in Bahamian football history, a local club will represent the country with the best clubs from around the region in a champions event.
THE Caribbean Bottling Company (CBC) is proud to return as a sponsor of the United Football Club (United FC) for the 2019 season.
THE race for the division titles got settled last night at the RALD Soccer Field in the Senior Men’s Division. The defending Champions, University of the Bahamas Mingoes are officially out of the tournament and the Bears are Fc are officially in!
WITH much of the country’s focus on international soccer at the professional level this week, the Bahamas Football Association has provided an opportunity for junior players to showcase their skills as well.
By RENALDO DORSETT
ON THE PITCH: THE Bahamas Football Association (BFA) continued its Youth Development Programme at Roscoe Davies Development Centre, Baillou Hills Sporting Complex, over the weekend. The IM Bears FC Under-14 boys finished the season with a 14-1-0 win-loss-
Congratulations go out to coach Marcus Cheetham and his Baha Jr U-13 Boys on their championship win this weekend at the RALD.
IT was a weekend of intense soccer action at the RALD Field as the finals of the Under-15 Boys was determined.
The Bahamas is set to square off against the top teams in the region on the beach soccer pitch as they vie for a spot in the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup 2017.
After he completed his collegiate eligibility, Rondre Knowles-Tener now has his sights set on the National Football League and that journey began in earnest with a showcase of some of the best prospects from Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) programmes.
AFTER struggling to earn playing time over the last two seasons with the James Madison Dukes, Rondre Knowles-Tener has decided to leave the programme.Knowles-Tener was one of several players to announce their intentions to transfer this offseason aft
AS part of the build-up to the CONCACAF championships, today The Tribune wraps up a look at the players who will represent the Bahamas, featuring the last two profiles of the team members:
WHILE the weather did not cooperate over the weekend at the Roscoe Davies Soccer Complex, this did not dampen the spirit of the competitors in the men and women divisions of the Hummel Cup Soccer Tournament.
WHEN the Breezes Eagles Football Club approached the Bahamas Football Association (BFA) about joining in 2014, they learned of the BFA mandate requiring them to develop a youth feeder programme as a membership criteria. They accepted the challenge.
A Bahamian financial services provider has donated to the Bahamas Down Syndrome Association and its restaurant, Ty’s Place, to mark its tenth anniversary.Normally, a quiet giver, owner and president of FC Capital Investments Ltd (FCCI) Alexander Murb