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The Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA) has enlisted All Sport Promotions to handle league operations for the National Super League competition and sponsorship development for the local governing body.

Three new leagues will be introduced as part of the collaboration that will incorporate a newdivision of the National Super League.

A 15-­team Premiership Division of the Super League will be joined by a 12-­team Championship Division to establish a promotion/relegation system.

The Premiership Division is set for its kickoff on July 18 while the Championship Division will make its debut on August 8.

In an effort to further establish stronger youth competitions, the TTFA and All Sport Promotions have teamed up with Republic Bank to bring national youth league competition back to Trinidad and Tobago.

The Republic Bank National Youth League will feature Under-13, Under-15 divisions for boys and Under-17 girls division.

According to TTFA President Raymond Tim Kee, “this collaboration with All Sport Promotions will establish our domestic competitions on both the senior and youth levels in an efficient manner that will enable our footballers to develop to the best of their abilities”.

President Tim Kee further added that “with All Sport Promotions operating our leagues and developing sponsorships, the TTFA can better serve the football family and have an excellent opportunity to invest more of its limited resources into youth and women's football.“