Wales Football Club secured its second win in the Stag Beer sponsored West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) Senior League edging Jetty Gunners 1-0 yesterday at the Den Amstel ground.
Stewartville Secondary punched their ticket to the next round of the Digicel Schools football championships dismissing Windsor Forest 5-2 yesterday at the Leonora Sports Facility.
LILLE, France, (Reuters) – Wales produced a stunning upset to reach the Euro 2016 semi-finals after Hal Robson-Kanu’s superbly fashioned goal and Sam Vokes’s late header secured a 3-1 comeback win over Belgium yesterday to set up a clash with Portugal.
BORDEAUX, France, (Reuters) – Title contenders Germany will come face to face with their ultimate tournament nightmare when they take on Italy in their Euro 2016 quarter-final in Bordeaux today.
Despite possibly being eligible to represent Canada in the future, recently capped Golden Jaguars international Shaquille Agard said that his intention was to always represent Guyana on the international circuit.
Digicel U-18 football Chase Academy defeated Lodge Secondary by a 3-0 score line when the Digicel National Secondary Schools U-18 football tourney continued yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Anthony `Awo’ Abrams Saturday night continued his prolific goal scoring in the Stag Beer/West Side Mashramani Champions Cup football tournament with a hat trick which sent his team Slingerz into the final.
Chase Academy yesterday recorded the biggest win of the day when the Milo U20 Schools football tournament organized by the Petra Organisation continued at the Ministry of Education ground Carifesta Avenue.
Sunburst Camptown began their title defence in emphatic fashion, crushing Essequibo 10-0 in the opening encounter of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA)/Banks Beer Knockout Cup on Saturday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.
Efficiency will meet elegance when the grand finale of the Digicel national U18 Secondary Schools Football Tournament commences today from 18:30hrs at the Police Sports Club (PSC) ground, Eve Leary with a rematch of last year’s final between Waramadong Secondary and Wismar/Christianburg Secondary.
(Reuters) – Mexico left it late but ultimately prevailed 1-0 over Trinidad & Tobago on Saturday in Atlanta, setting up a CONCACAF Gold Cup semi-final with Panama who made light work of Cuba in a 6-1 win.
Mackenzie High School and New Silver City Secondary School played to a 0-0 draw last Saturday at the Wisburg Secondary School Ground as the Scotiabank/Pepsi schools football tournament continued in Linden.
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, CMC- FIFA, the World’s governing body for football, has ordered fresh elections to choose a new executive to serve the Antigua & Barbuda Football Association (ABFA) following last December’s controversial poll.
MIAMI, CMC- Eight new world class venues in the United States are among 13 which have been selected for the prestigious Gold Cup in July, CONCACAF announced today.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, CMC- Former president of the Dominica Football Association (DFA) Patrick John has dropped his appeal against a two-year FIFA ban in the bribery case involving Mohamed Bin Hammam.
ZURICH, (Reuters) – Organised criminal gangs are targeting around 50 national soccer leagues for possible match-fixing and any country is vulnerable regardless of its record on corruption, according to FIFA head of security Ralf Mutschke.
By Emmerson Campbell Tournament favourites, Alpha ‘The Hammer’ United pounded B.V Triumph, four-nil on Tuesday night at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground to clinch a semi final berth in this year’s 23rd Kashif and Shanghai Football tournament.
By Duncan Saul The Guyana Defence Force FC demolished an inept Black Pearl Football Club 8-1 while Netrockers FC arrested the Guyana Police Force FC 3-1 in the latest matches of the Georgetown Football Association/Banks Beer Knockout Cup Tuesday night.
By Duncan Saul Santos Football Club Sunday night schooled the University of Guyana Football team in the finer points of football which resulted in an 11-0 thrashing while Northern Rangers FC needled a resilient Blueberry Hill FC 2-1 in latest fixtures of the GFA/Banks Beer Knockout Cup at the GCC ground Bourda.
By Emmerson Campbell Den Amstel and Silver Shattas football team both clinched quarter-final places in this year’s 23rd annual Kashif and Shanghai football tournament after they won their respective games against Milerock and Uitvlugt United Sunday night at the Uitvlugt Community Centre Ground.
By Emmerson Campbell Football fans will be in for a Christmas treat today when two of the top local clubs Alpha United and Pele tackle BV Triumph and Silver Shattas respectively for a chance to clinch semi final berths in this year’s Kashif and Shanghai tournament.
By Duncan Saul It might not be the usual evening Christmas Day menu but tonight’s matches of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Banks Beer Cup knockout competition could be just what the doctor ordered for football fans in Guyana.
Keon Marshall bagged a helmet trick as Soesdyke Primary defeated Company Road 8-0 when the inaugural Chico/Kashif and Shanghai Under-13 inter-schools football tournament kicked off yesterday at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground.
By Duncan Saul Blueberry Hill Football Club edged a game Ann’s Grove All-Stars team 3-2 while Riddim Squad needled Beacons FC 1-0 Friday night at the Georgetown Cricket Club, ground Bourda in the latest action in the Georgetown Football Association/Banks Beer Knockout Cup.
By Duncan Saul Despite being a relatively young team, Blueberry Hill of Linden is not ruling out altogether the possibility of winning the second annual Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Banks Beer Cup Knockout football tournament.
By Iva Wharton The second annual Banks DIH/GFA tournament is expected to kick off today at the Georgetown Cricket Club Ground, Bourda and officials said everything will be in place for game time at 6pm.
By Emmerson Campbell Once good weather prevails, the 23rd edition of the annual Kashif and Shanghai Football Tournament will kick off tonight at the scheduled Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground and once play is possible two teams will move closer to the four million dollar first prize.
By Emmerson Campbell Omallo Williams’ goal sent the large crowd at the National Park on Saturday night into a frenzy as Leopold Street upset the defending champions, Back Circle, one-nil to claim the title of Georgetown’s Guinness Greatest of the Streets football team.
By Iva Wharton The Georgetown leg of the Guinness in the Street football competition started on Saturday at the Albouystown Tarmac with Sport Minister Dr.
LONDON, CMC – Controversial England-based striker Marlon King has resigned from international football dashing any hopes he could aid Jamaica’s bid to qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
By Emmerson Campbell National football coach Jamaal Shabazz described the Golden Jaguars 1-3 defeat by Mexico in their opening, third round, World Cup qualifier on Friday night in Mexico, as an important learning curve in the team’s journey.
Iva Wharton Fruta Conquerors emerged winners of the inaugural Banks DIH Powerade Under-13 football tournament after defeating Renaissance 1-0 on Saturday at the Banks DIH ground, Thirst Park.
Guyana’s Under-20 Lady Jags will begin their quest for victory over challengers Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) and Puerto Rico when they compete this weekend in the second round of the Caribbean qualifying matches for the 2012 CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championships.
The Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport will launch an Under-16 football academy today at the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports Complex, Carifesta Avenue from 08:00hrs.
In a small media briefing at the Duke Lodge in Kingston on Saturday 18 of the 20 participating teams scheduled to participate in the upcoming 22nd Kashif and Shanghai football tournament were presented with the tournament booklet highlighting the rules and regulations of the competition along with donations to assist their preparations.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Jack Warner has described the leaking of a video appearing to show him urging officials to accept cash gifts from former FIFA Presidential candidate Mohamed Bin Hammam as part of a “conspiracy” against the game in the Caribbean.
NEW YORK CITY, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago hauled themselves back into contention with an emphatic crushing of Barbados but 11 teams were eliminated from contention from the next round of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers in the latest round of games on Tuesday.
By Iva Wharton No local player has qualified for the second stage of the Digicel Kick Start clinic in Trinidad but according to the six players who participated in the first stage in Suriname, the experience was worth it.
Guyanese football referees have received several appointments as the preliminary matches continue for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC – Table-topping Guyana will bank on the experience of Leon Cort and Ricky Shakes when they take on resurgent Bermuda in a CONCACAF Group B qualifier at the National Sports Centre (NSC) tonight.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, CMC – Bermuda coach Devarr Boyles was over the moon while his opposite number, German Otto Pfister said there was no need to “press the panic button just yet” after the home side stunned regional powerhouses Trinidad and Tobago on Friday night
The ‘Golden Jaguars’ returned to Guyana yesterday afternoon from Barbados minus all the team equipment and most of the individual pieces for the players on their LIAT flight.
The Bartica Football Association (BFA) Division One Football League kicked off September 18 with six teams Beacons, Rising Stars, Wolves United, Milballers, Potaro Strikers and Rivers View F.C competing.
The suspension of Guyana Football Federation (GFF) President Colin Klass by FIFA, the world body governing football should pave the way for reforms within the GFF and football officials must come together to foster the development of the sport locally.
Colin Klass’ 26- month ban “from taking part in any football-related activity (administrative, sports or any other)” is probably the best outcome that he could have hoped for.
The Georgetown Football Association (GFA) injunction remains in place but Judge James Bovell-Drakes on Friday ordered that lawyers for the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) prepare an affidavit in answer.
After more than six weeks of competition, the curtains will come down this evening on the Milo Under-23 tournament with the third place and final matches from 18:00 and 20:00 hours respectively at the Tucville Playfield.
Guyana will commence the historic journey to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil when they tackle Barbados tonight at the National Stadium at Providence.
Santos Football Club looked unstoppable as they romped their way to a 5-0 win over Beacons Football Club last Wednesday in the 2011 under-23 Milo Football Tournament.
The Golden Jaguars and the Bajan national team are scheduled to clash for three days of exciting football beginning today through to Sunday.