Cayman football association launches website

| 27/11/2013

(CNS): As football becomes ever more popular in the Cayman Islands, not least because of the inspiring elevation of Cayman’s own Jeffery Webb to one of the world’s highest positions in the sport, the local association has launched a new website designed to maximise the user experience of all local football fans. The site is designed to provide up-to-date information on local teams, leagues, players, schedules and key officials involved in the national sport. The launch of the website comes as Cayman prepares to host an eight team CONCACAF Women Under 20 Championships in January next year and features content designed for the championship, including profiles, schedules and the group designation.

Each week, CIFA will post updated information on all its competitions, including CIFA Premier League to the Grassroots development initiative.

General Secretary Bruce Blake urged clubs to participate in the content gathering and sharing process.

“The website is a medium of communicating and sharing information. I encourage our clubs to submit information to post on the website, so we can share our various perspectives of thesport. The ultimate goal of the website is to act as a one stop shop for all things football in the Cayman Islands,” Blake said.

Meanwhile, CIFA has also released the fixture list for the Foster’s First Division until December 2013, which is posted below.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Why does that iguana look so mean?

  2. Anonymous says:

    there was an advert in the paper for a Concacaf employee based in Cayman with a salary of 175000 dollars a year.  Money from football television rights should help grassroots football not pay fat cat salaries to administrators

     

    shameful

  3. Anonymous says:

    Not a bad website.  It would be nice if someone would have checked it before going live to remove the HTML errors in the contact form and tables though.