Trinidad and Tobago

Jack Warner, the former president of the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (Concacaf) and vice-president of Fifa, has sued the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association…

Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, a leading member of the reform committee at football’s global governing body Fifa, has suggested that up to 40 per cent of the reform proposals tabled by ethics and compliance chief Domenico Scala could be rejected.

Former Trinidad and Tobago international midfielder David Nakhid has become the latest contender to formally submit a bid for the Fifa presidency, while the Reform Committee of world football’s governing body has held its latest meeting, stating its plans are “on track”.

Six countries will host Hockey World League Round 2 events in early 2017, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced.

The owners of the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) Kolkata Knight Riders franchise are set to acquire the Trinidad & Tobago franchise in the rival Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Twenty20 cricket competition.

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has received a commercial boost ahead of its debut season with long-time West Indies cricket backer Digicel signing up as a major sponsor of the Twenty20 tournament.

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has sealed an agreement with merchant bank Verus International that will ensure the launch of a professional franchise-based Twenty20 league in the Caribbean next year.

ESPN Caribbean has acquired the rights for International Cricket Council (ICC) events and the Champions League Twenty20 through to 2015 in a deal with ESPN STAR Sports (ESS).

Jeffrey Webb has revealed he has accepted the nomination to replace Jack Warner as president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF).

The embattled Caribbean Football Union (CFU) has established a Legal Task Force in a bid to rebuild the organisation following the devastating fallout from the Mohamed bin Hammam corruption scandal.

Oliver Camps has announced his resignation as president of the Trinidad & Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) after blasting the “current climate” that exists within FIFA.

Chuck Blazer, the FIFA Executive Committee member who played a key role in exposing apparent corruption at the heart of global football administration earlier this year, is to resign as secretary general of the Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Football (CONCACAF).

FIFA set a 48-hour deadline yesterday for Caribbean football associations to explain their part in the meeting that led to Mohamed bin Hammam’s life ban.

The battle for power at the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) took another twist on Thursday as ousted acting president Lisle Austin claimed a court ruling would allow him to return to office.

Jack Warner has quit as a vice-president of FIFA just weeks after promising a “football tsunami” of revelations in response to his suspension from the global governing body for alleged corruption.

ESPN International and Fox Sports Latin America have acquired pay-TV broadcast rights to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League covering Central and Latin America.

CONCACAF, the football body that represents North, Central American and Caribbean countries, has called for FIFA to award the region an extra place at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has unveiled a new three-year broadcast deal with ESPN.

First Citizens will sponsor Trinidad and Tobago’s cricket team at the upcoming Caribbean Cup T20 cricket tournament, which gets under way on January 9 in Antigua.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has appealed against the Port of Spain High Court decision that it should honour an agreement with 13 of its 2006 World Cup squad players and also pay the legal costs of a four-year court battle.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) has been ordered by the country’s High Court to honour its agreement to pay bonuses to the player in the national squad that took part in the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany.

The government of Trinidad and Tobago has appointed a panel of legal experts to advise whether Jack Warner should be permitted to combine his role of FIFA vice-president with his position as the country's Minister of Works and Transport.

Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) chief executive Forbes Persaud said leading figures in the country's cricket body are considering breaking away from the West Indies.

The Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) stand to make exactly zero broadcast revenue from next week’s friendly soccer match against England because of lack of interest from regional broadcasters.

The football associations of Brunei Darussalam, Denmark and New Zealand are set to receive their first Goal projects under a programme drawn up by FIFA.

After all the talk and hype, the ICC snubbed a bid by the US to host matches during the 2007 Cricket World, amid concerns over security.

Fox Sports World and Fox Sports World Espanol will televise delayed coverage of the Football Confederation Gold Cup 2000 tournament to viewers across the United States and Puerto Rico in February 2000.

A Dutch proposal to limit the number of countries allowed to bid to host the World Cup was rejected by FIFA's 51st Congress on Monday.

Soccer's world governing body FIFA said on Sunday it was open to the idea of sponsors names on national team shirts but insisted they would not be allowed at the 2002 World Cup. FIFA president Sepp Blatter said the association's executive had discussed the idea at an end-of-year meeting in Rome but wanted to examine it further before making a decision.

India will host a 16-nation soccer tournament from January 10 to 25 next year, the president of the All India Football Federation (AIFF) has said.

Trinidad and Tobago has abolished the 15 per cent Value Added Tax (VAT) on all sports equipment in an effort to boost sport in the region.

Facts about the FIFA vote to decide who stages the 2006 World Cup finals, which will take place on Thursday in Zurich.

South Korea is to create no-fly zones during next year's World Cup above its stadia amid security concerns sparked by the US attacks earlier this week.