• Wednesday Oct 16, 2013

    President Webb praises Anguilla’s progress

    The Valley, Anguilla (October 15, 2013) – With a warm handshake and kind words, FIFA Vice President and CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb praised the facilities and competition development of Anguillan football.

    President Webb toured the national facilities with Anguillan Football Association President Raymond Guishard who provided a progress report on the facilities, some of which receive development funding from the FIFA Gol Project.

    After the tour President Webb said, “the strategic plans for the infrastructure and their development are excellent, Anguilla has an excellent vision. I am really proud of Anguilla.”

    “I am pleased President Webb took the time out to visit us. We have one goal and aim and that is to develop football,” President Guishard responded.

    President Webb also met and congratulated the Anguillan Under 20 Girls National Team that advanced to the final round of Caribbean Football Union qualifiers.”

  • Champions League

    Related News


CONCACAF Champions League Announces 2013-14 Schedule

Twenty-Four Teams set to Compete for Regional Club Championship Starting August 6.

2014 UNCAF Copa Centroamericana update

The Union of Central American Football (UNCAF) revealed Wednesday that the next UNCAF Copa Centroamericana

Final 2013 Gold Cup rosters revealed

CONCACAF unveiled today the final rosters submitted by the National Teams participating in the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup.

De La Torre, Mexico remain upbeat

SEATTLE – Mexico head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre trusts that his team will rebound from an opening 2-1 loss to Panama, when it faces Canada on Thursday in the second Group A match for each at the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

U.S. names U-20 roster for Toulon

U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team head coach Tab Ramos has named a 22-player roster for the 2013 Toulon Tournament in France, May 28 - June 8.