GFF BEGINS PROCESS TO REINTEGRATE PELE FC AND GFC INTO ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has commenced efforts to reintegrate the Pele Football Club and the Georgetown Football Club into the activities of the their Association, the Georgetown Football Association (GFA), following their relegation from the Elite League. This will result in the named clubs becoming registered members of the GFA and participating in the activities…

GFF’s Transfer Window opens, to last until July 31

The Guyana Football Federation’s (GFF) pre-season transfer window has opened from June 1 – July 31, 2017 enabling the transfer of players from one club to another. This is the second transfer period of the year and clubs are requested to capitalize on the timeframe given to avoid the last minute transactions, which have become…

NATIONAL U-15 SQUAD ENCAMPED

Prepares For SOUALIGA Tournament in Saint Martin; U13 player Included in Squad  Encampment for the National U15 team began on Sunday, 28th May, 2017 in New Amsterdam, Berbice with a 25-man squad preparing for the ‘SOUALIGA’ Tournament in Saint Martin from the 1st – 5 th June, 2017. This tournament will serve as part of…

GFF Honours Walter Moore

he Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has honoured Golden Jaguars’ defender Walter Moore, who recently wrapped up a Talent Identification initiative to Guyana from the 19th – 21st May, 2017. This was done via a presentation of a plaque by President Wayne Forde while on a visit to the national U17 camp in New Amsterdam, Berbice…

Referees Development Officers Appointed

Ten persons have been appointed Referees Development Officers (RDOs) following a training session on Saturday, 20th May, 2017 at the Boardroom, Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Secretariat. The RDOs will be based in the nine Regional Member Associations (RMAs) and will be primarily responsible for recruiting, training and retaining referees across the country. They include Heatcliff…

WALTER MOORE TO CONDUCT TALENT IDENTIFICATION INITIATIVE IN GUYANA

Former Golden Jaguars’ defender, Walter Moore, and his club coach Kristian Heames will conduct a Talent Identification programme in Guyana from the 19th – 21st May, 2017, which will result in potential players being identified for trials and possible professional contracts in Europe. This initiative is part of the new philosophy of the technical programe…

GUYANA TO PARTICIPATE IN CONCACAF REFEREES TRAINING PROGRAMME

Guyana will participate in the CONCACAF Targeted Advanced Referee Programme (TARP) scheduled for Dallas, Texas from May 11 – 14, 2017. Guyana’s representative, FIFA referee Galdwyn Johnson, will be among nine participating referees; four of which will be from the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) region including Cuba, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago. Johnson, in an…

NATIONAL WOMEN’S TEAM ENCAMPED

Twenty-five of the most talented national female football players have been called to a five-day camp in New Amsterdam in preparation for the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Women’s Caribbean Cup scheduled for the 24th -28th May. This is the first time since the new Executive has been at the helm of football administration in Guyana…