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Cayman Islands football earned a win in the boardroom and a win on the field Friday, when FIFA president Gianni Infantino visited and the Cayman team came out on top of its group at the Caribbean Football Union’s Girls’ Under-14 Challenge Series.
The chance of a lifetime will soon be coming for 40 young Caymanian football players.
Attorneys for world football’s Central/North American and Caribbean region have asked a U.S. court to order FIFA corruption defendant and former Cayman Islands resident Costas Takkas to pay US$3 million to the Caribbean Football Union in recompense for bribe money ultimately given to Cayman’s Jeffrey Webb.
Elite Sports Club is recruiting football players for the upcoming season.
The Cayman Islands Under-17s dream of advancing to the final round of the Caribbean Football Union Under-17 World Cup qualifiers in Trinidad and Tobago as Group 2 winners ended on Sunday evening with a 2-4 loss to defending champions Haiti.
An exciting three days of international youth football are on offer this week as Cayman hosts the Caribbean Football Union Under-17 World Cup qualifiers.
Canover Watson is in Northward Prison. Jeffrey Webb is under house arrest in Georgia. And yet the local fallout from the global FIFA scandal has barely started.
The Under-16 team from the Cayman Islands Youth Football program will return to Las Vegas next week to participate in the 2016 Mayor’s Cup International Showcase.