YOUNG FOOTBALL PLAYERS IN ANTIGUA
The Young Warriors Football Club is an official non-profit organization whose mission is to further the amateur sport of football in Antigua.
Established in June 1990 with the objective to fast-track the development of talented players in the All Saints Community Football League (ASCFL).
The project began with a group of players aged between 12 and 18 who were members of the Attackers Juniors team who participated in the annual Gray’s Green Youth Soccer (Shipwreck) League at King George on Saturdays.
It was felt at the time that the ‘seniors’ of the teenagers needed another avenue to aid their development because most of the established teams in the All Saints League were concentrating on winning and were more concerned about bringing in players from other communities to assist their cause. So the idea behind the Young Warriors project was to ensure that there was a breeding ground for the nurturing of boys who were seeking to advance their skills on a higher level.
Among the first group of players were Jair Isaac and Rowan Isaac who went on to attend college in the United States, brother Avery and Kevin Smith, Tracey Allen, Neil Thomas, Nick Fenton and Avery James.
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The Young Warriors Football Club is one of the largest youth sports organization in Antigua today and provides young players with opportunities to play at the earliest levels to the highest and aims to promote the talents of young football players in Antigua & Barbuda.
Current sponsors and supporters include: Bailey's Jewellers, Heritage Sports, BG Maintenance Sales & Services, Steele Refrigeration & Air Conditioning and St John's Co-operative Credit Union. The club sincerely thanks everyone for their support and commitment.
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