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CIFA Digicel Cayman Cup semi-final round draw

The semi-final draw for the CIFA Digicel Cayman Cup, scheduled to kick off on Sunday January 28th, 2007 was held at the Conference Room of the Cayman Islands Airport Authority on Thursday January 11th, 2007, at 11:30 a.m.

CIFA Digicel Cayman Cup 2nd Round Draw

The second round draw for the CIFA Digicel Cayman Cup, scheduled to kick off on Saturday January 06th, 2007 was held at the VIP Room of the Truman Bodden Sports Complex on Wednesday December 20th, 2006.

Football player makes Cayman proud

Many times it has been said that playing sports could be the door to a university education and no where is there a better example than young Shakeina Bush, who is currently studying Civil Engineering at Florida International University in the United States, thanks to a football scholarship.

Cayman coaches to attend FOOTECON in Brazil

Cayman coaches will be attending the Football Technology Convention, which will take place between December 05th and 06th, at the Intercontinental Hotel in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

New CIFA/CIRA referees awarded certificates

In a very emotive ceremony, the new CIFA/CIRA Referees were awarded their Certificates of Completion in regards to the Beginner's Referees Course, which concluded on October 19th.

Simon Robshaw and his involvement with CIFA

Mr. Simon Robshaw from CAYTECH Electronics Ltd. recently attended one of the training sessions for the Boys U17 National Team, and also the Simon Robshaw National Women Football League 2006/07 kick-off match.

Robshaw/CAYTECH Electronics joins CIFA family

Mr. Simon Robshaw and CAYTECH Electronics Ltd. have joined forces with the Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) as the exclusive sponsor of the Under 17 Boys National Team, the CIFA Under 19 Boys League, the CIFA Under 15 Girls League and as partial sponsor of the CIFA Women's League.

Cayman Islands Referee’s Association holds AGM

The Cayman Islands Referee's Association (CIRA) recently held their Annual General Meeting ("AGM") at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex. The meeting was very successful, as various aspects of "refereeing" were discussed and future plans made.

World Cup event scores

The Cayman Islands Football Association held its Inaugural World Cup Extravaganza this past Saturday night in the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

World Cup event scores

The Cayman Islands Football Association held its Inaugural World Cup Extravaganza this past Saturday night in the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman.

Home-field advantage for Cayman

A home for Cayman football has been the elusive dream of CIFA president Jeffrey Webb for many years. Finally, that goal appears to be more reality than fantasy.

Two World Cup trips up for grabs

Football fans throughout the Cayman Islands are being offered the chance to be among the spectators at the world's biggest football event this summer

CIFA and DIGICEL team up

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) and Digicel have teamed up to create a partnership that will present the CIFA Digicel Cayman Cup over the next four years.

CIFA to launch women’s league

The Cayman Islands Football Association (CIFA) has appointed a Women's Committee to encourage the development of woman's football at both district and national levels with female league fixtures.

Shakeina helps girls’ football

Cayman Islands football star Shakeina Bush is due to return home for a university break this week but she won't do much resting. Bush has taken on the job of helping to organize and lead a football camp for Cayman's female players.

Cayman football coaches off to course in Trinidad

Two of Cayman's National Football Coaches, Roy Ebanks and Jocelyn Morgan, have been selected to participate in CONCACAF's Elite Player Development Seminar in Trinidad from Wednesday November 16th - Friday November 18th, 2005.

Cayman football becoming more business like

Though regulated for almost 40 years it was primarily sport for entertainment, but the game is now about to step into the discipline of corporate management as the Cayman Islands moves over to conducting football as a business.

Webb hailed for FIFA presentation

A presentation by CONCACAF representative, Caymanian Jeffrey Webb, to the just concluded FIFA Congress, has come in for high praise by football association representatives across the Caribbean and Bermuda.

Jeffrey Webb re-elected to CIFA presidency

Jeffrey Webb has been re-elected president of the Cayman Islands Football Association, second vice-president Anthony Ramoon was also returned to the post, and Mark White was elected to the newly created position of deputy general secretary.

Good year for Cayman football

When footballers across the Cayman Islands gather for their annual meeting tomorrow they will be told that despite damage caused by Hurricane Ivan the Football Association pulled off a successful year.

Caymanians shine in Brazil

Three young Caymanian footballers have exploded onto the field in Brazil with their outstanding ball skills as they go through a three-week training stint with one of the country's greatest clubs, C. R. Vasco da Gama.

Vasco da Gama player exchange underway

Last summer the Cayman Islands Football Association sent three young players camping with professional football club C.R. Vasco da Gama in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

CIFA Youth Fest a hit

Even with ominous dark clouds looming overhead and drizzling rain some 250+ youngsters and their parents turned out to the T.E. McField 'Annex' venue on Saturday morning for the 2005 CIFA Annual Youth Football Festival.

Cayman referee in Gold Cup Finals

Cayman's own FIFA referee Alfredo Whittaker has been selected to officiate at the 2005 CONCACAF Gold Cup Finals.

Kudos to local footballers

Please allow me to publicly congratulate members of the Cayman Islands football fraternity for a job well done in completing two of their senior national tournaments and a junior national competition for the season, while being almost complete with the other contests.

Ramoon to play in France

Cayman's own Lee Ramoon will be among the players in star-studded teams on Saturday when top footballers from around the world take the field in a testimonial farewell game for former World Player of the Year, George Weah.

George Town wins

CIFA's Under-14 League final was a perfect test of determination and desire.

Youth football kick-off on Saturday

To set the pace and ready young Cayman players for league competition, CIFA's annual Youth Football Rally has been scheduled to kick-off on Saturday, 4 June, between 8am and 6pm at the T.E. McField "Annex" Football Field in George Town.

WU wins it all

Western Union left no doubt in the minds of football fans. After winning the CIFAFosters National League title, Western Union followed it up with big 20 win over Scholars International in Sundays FA Cup final.

Fight to the finish!

Western Union wins thriller over Scholars to claim the Cayman Islands league championship

A perfect fit?

FIFA is pushing beach soccer worldwide as the next mega-sport and the Cayman Islands Football Association wants in on the action.

Western Union card simple

Western Union Financial Services, Inc., a worldwide leader in money transfer services, has announced the launch of the Western Union Card SM in the Cayman Islands.

Admiral Administration backs youth league

Admiral Administration Ltd., a Cayman Islands Investment Fund...

New football season set to begin Saturday

The CIFA Foster's National League, which will run for 15 weeks this season, February - May 2005, is good to go.

‘Always an inspiration’

Kids who grew up in George Town's roughest neighborhood back in the 1970s didn't hear much talk about graduate degrees and office jobs.

Lee’s legacy

How did this happen? How did one of our football players get onto an exclusive list that includes the likes of Pele? Something like this can't happen. We are too small. We don't win big games. How?

Today’s Editorial: A chance for greatness

One of Cayman's greatest athletes is set to enjoy the crowning glory of his football career this weekend.

Ramoon to be honoured

Lee Ramoon, former national team player and captain, is to be honoured at a dinner hosted by the Ministry of Community Services, Youth, Sports and Gender Affairs and the Cayman Islands Football Association on Saturday January 29th at Pedro St. James.

Recovery on Gen. Clark’s agenda

Retired Four Star American Army General Wesley Clark is to comment on Caymans recovery effort as the keynote speaker at the 19 January Business Outlook conference.

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