St. John’s, Antigua – The Antigua and Barbuda Football association launched its second CONCACAF “D” License course at the Antigua Recreation Ground on Thursday.

The highly successful CONCACAF course has been having a positive effect on many coaches throughout the region. The course is one of the great footballing initiatives that President Jeffy Webb and CONCACAF, have implemented with a notion to improve coaches in the CFU and the wider CONCACAF region.

In attendance at the ARG was President Everton Gonsalves, General Secretary Gordon Derrick, Senator Colin James and President of Tryum F.C Kiethroy Blacks. CONCACAF was represented by Johnathon Martinez, course instructors Lenny Lake and Vin Blaine of St. Kitts and Jamaica Respectively.



In the second edition of the “D” License course over 35 participants have registered. Many coaches were unable to attend as the course could not accommodate the more than 50 individuals who applied for a chance to obtain a D License.


Here is a report from our partner ABS Sports who were present at the opening ceremony.