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NACTM Soccer Camps set to host U-20 Trinidad & Tobago Men’s Football Combine in Washington, D.C.

NACTM Soccer Camps will host a screening for the U-20 Trinidad & Tobago Men’s Football team.

Washington, DC. – February 3, 2022– The North American Caribbean Training Method (NACTM) Soccer Camps will be hosting a Combine for the U-20 Trinidad & Tobago Men’s Football team in Washington, D.C. from April 16-17, as Head Coach Angus Eve and his staff plan to finalize their roster for the CONCACAF Qualifiers scheduled in June. The Combine will be used as a platform for North American based players of Trinbagonian descent to showcase their talents to earn a roster spot for the Qualifiers. The Combine will be both invite and open to players looking to be selected for Eve’s 22 man roster.

NACTM Soccer Camps Director Justin Reid is excited about the opportunity to host the TTFA, “We are excited to provide an opportunity for players of Trinbagonian descent to showcase their talents to earn a roster spot on the U-20s. There is so much talent in North America for players of Trinbagonian descent and we are happy to be able to offer this platform.” The NACTM is not the first program to host a Combine for players of Trinbagonian descent however. In 2011, Anthony Lambert of Champions Academy in Brooklyn invited Anton Corneal who has recently been re-appointed as the Technical Director of the TTFA to evaluate players for an upcoming tournament.

In 2019, a US based organization also provided a Combine held in Atlanta for the TTFA U-17s attended by then head coach Stern John. That event featured 40 extremely talented players between Florida to New York. Of the 40 players, 6 were selected to participate in the U-17 CONCACAF Qualifiers. Reid further explained that the “benefits of such a camp are endless and I am happy that the TTFA is continuing to think outside of the box to identify talent. The goal is never for the North American based players to dominate the TTFA rosters, but to compliment the talent that is already in the country. Now, if it so happens that 12 of the 22 roster spots are filled by players from North America then so be it, but that is not the primary goal. We want to see the TTFA have success on the CONCACAF level.”

If you or you know someone born between 2003-2006 who is playing at a high level and is born of Trinbagonian descent, then please click here to complete our Citizenship application. Once completed, then click here to visit our schedule to sign up for the camp beginning on April 16th.