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28th February 2024
ARTICLE – TTFA’s safeguarding training ‘step in the right direction’

Wednesday 28 February 2024, Balmain, Couva “All children have the right to participate in football in an environment free from harm and abuse.” This is the firm belief of Gary St. Rose, Safeguarding Player Care and Wellbeing Manager at the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA). St. Rose was speaking during a recent workshop session…

15th February 2024
RELEASE – Green Light for ‘Jean Pierre’ Repairs

15 February 2024, Balmain, Couva Green Light for ‘Jean Pierre’ Repairs Jean Pierre Complex is next on the agenda of the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) to undergo major refurbishment in Fiscal 2024. Last month, SporTT received Cabinet approval to conduct the repairs needed to bring the 46-year-old facility up to standard and…

7th February 2024
Q&A with Nikoli Blackman

As Trinidad and Tobago looks forward to the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics, we profile some of this country’s elite athletes and past performers. Today we feature swimmer Nikoli Blackman, who is already making a big splash on the international scene. Q&A – Nikoli Blackman After announcing himself on the world stage as a triple gold…

6th February 2024
Q&A with Jordane Dookie

Q&A with T&T tennis starlet, Jordane Dookie (ITF Junior Ranking – 968) National junior tennis standout Jordane Dookie recently signed an agreement to join Lewis University after she completes CSEC exams in June. Jordane was well travelled in 2023, collecting several titles on ITF tours throughout the Caribbean and South and Central America. She also…

18th January 2024
RELEASE – SporTT to NGBs: No Funding without Compliance

18 January 2024, Balmain, Couva SporTT to NGBs: No Funding without Compliance National Governing Bodies for Sport (NGBs) will only receive funding from the Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago (SporTT) if their operations are in order. This was made clear by SporTT Chairman Douglas Camacho as he addressed a meeting with NGB representatives yesterday…

8th December 2023
ARTICLE – Youth Sport Camps: Driving Total Participation

Friday 8 December 2023, Balmain, Couva It’s safe to say that Youth Sport Camps had a significant impact on Trinidad and Tobago in 2023. After the pandemic halted activity, the Camps returned in 2022. They expanded in 2023 to include 1,500 participants (ages 7-17) across 31 venues (17 in Trinidad and 14 in Tobago), up…

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21st June 2020

The Sports Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (SporTT) will resume athlete and team training activity at our facilities from Monday 22nd June. Use of facilities will be allowed via our online booking system ONLY for the foreseeable future. The booking page can be found at: For the next two weeks, SporTT will only allow booking of activities through National Governing Bodies (NGBs). Additionally, all requesting…

17th June 2020
Guidelines for Usage of Sporting Facilities during Covid-19 FACILITIES DEPARTMENT Updated: 15th June, 2020 View this document in PDF 1. PROCEDURES Please note that all persons requiring use of facilities must go through the online booking process. SPORTT will keep a record of name and a mobile number or email address for all users. Persons...

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