GUAM FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION

Matao shows quality against DPR Korea

Guam’s successful attacking style of play against former FIFA World Cup contender DPR Korea shocked millions globally and kept the Matao’s opponents on their back foot for the majority of the team.. Read more...

Matao open EAFF semifinals with 2-1 over Chinese Taipei

Guam outclassed and outpaced host country Chinese Taipei on opening day of the EAFF East Asian Cup semifinal round resulting in a 2-1 victory at Taipei Municipal Stadium in Taipei City. The win, Guam.. Read more...

All-Girls U14 & U17 Divisions to begin Nov. 29

Guam Football Association and The Score's "Just Kick It" All-Girls Event's U14 and U17 age divisions will begin Nov. 29. With a generous grant from FIFA, participants are eligible to receive free gear.. Read more...

Lady Crushers win title; teams to fight for 2nd in women's soccer

The second and third-place spots will be determined in rescheduled matches from Week 7 of the Bud Light Women’s Soccer League Sunday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center. The c.. Read more...

Fair Play rewarded in youth soccer

With just two weeks left in the Triple J Auto Group Robbie Webber Youth Soccer League, many players are not quite ready to hang up their cleats just yet. “I want to keep playing soccer even after t.. Read more...

Rovers, Shipyard begin men's soccer league with wins

Budweiser Soccer League Division I defending champions Rovers FC are among the current league leaders with a pair of wins in as many matches to begin its 2014-2015 campaign. After having their Week 1.. Read more...

Para i onra, para i gloria - Matao Installment 5

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams. In the fifth and final 2014 installment for the Matao, the featured play.. Read more...

Para i onra, para i gloria - Masakåda Installment 5

Para i onra, para i gloria is a recurring feature on GuamFA.com, with profiles of selected players from Guam's national teams. In the fifth and final 2014 installment for the Masakåda, featured play.. Read more...

Lady Crushers close in on three-peat in women's soccer

Thanks to a Week 9 scoreless draw between the Lady Rovers and Quality Distributors FC, two-time defending champions Doosan Lady Crushers can clinch the 2014 Bud Light Women’s Soccer League fall seas.. Read more...

Soccer Moms begin 2014 fall season

Close to 300 women made their way to the Guam Football Association National Training Center Sunday afternoon for the opening of the 2014 GFA Soccer Moms League Fall season, by far the largest number o.. Read more...

FIFA Grassroots Festival a success with youth soccer players

Hundreds of youth soccer players in the U8 and U10 age divisions took a break from league matches and instead participated in a day full of fun at the 2014 FIFA Grassroots Festival at the Guam Footbal.. Read more...

Coaches gain from FIFA Grassroots Course

Close to 30 youth soccer coaches volunteered to participate in a week-long FIFA Grassroots Coaching Course and Festival at the Guam Football Association National Training Center to improve as coaches .. Read more...

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Women's News

Lady Crushers win title; teams to fight for 2nd in women's soccer

The second and third-place spots will be determined in rescheduled matches from Week 7 of the Bud Light Women’s Soccer League Sunday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

The current No. 3 Paintco Lady Strykers (5-1-3) can move up for a silver finish with a win against No. 1 Doosan Lady Crushers (7-1-1) paired with a Lady Rovers draw or loss against Guam Shipyard in the late match; however, if the No. 2 Lady Rovers (4-4-1) win, all bets are off and standings remain as is. The Lady Rovers lead the Lady Strykers in head-to-head competition with a win and a draw from earlier regular season matches.

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Men's News

Rovers, Shipyard begin men's soccer league with wins

Budweiser Soccer League Division I defending champions Rovers FC are among the current league leaders with a pair of wins in as many matches to begin its 2014-2015 campaign.

After having their Week 1 match rescheduled to a later date, the Rovers began its title defense by clipping Quality Distributors 5-4 in Week 2 and later overcoming a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Southern Cobras 6-3 in Week 3 action.

In the Rovers’ match against Quality, Ian Mariano led the winning team with a hat trick and teammates Yaw Antwi-Agyei and Natsuki Recella also scored in the win. Jan-Willem Staman led Quality with a pair of goals and teammates Nicolas Roberto and Scott Spindel also scored. Against the Cobras, Mariano scored four and last season’s co-Golden Boot winner Jason Cunliffe scored twice. Jan Flores scored twice and Ashton Surber, last season’s co-Golden Boot winner with Cunliffe, scored once for the Cobras in the contest.

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Youth News

Fair Play rewarded in youth soccer

With just two weeks left in the Triple J Auto Group Robbie Webber Youth Soccer League, many players are not quite ready to hang up their cleats just yet.

“I want to keep playing soccer even after the league is over,” said 7-year-old Chloe Esteves of the Southern Heat. “I like playing soccer because it’s fun and I like taking the ball away from other people.

“My mom (Tina Esteves) was the one who got me into the sport, and my whole family plays, too,” added the Merizo Martyrs Memorial School student.

For teammate Jaron Meno, one of the highlights of this season’s youth league was receiving a Fair Play with Triple J green card during a Week 2 match. Meno was one of dozens of youth athletes who received a Triple J “jimmy” ball as a prize for fair play during a short ceremony Saturday at the Guam Football Association National Training Center.

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Social Responsibility News

Mini futsal tournament held for at-risk visiting students

Thirteen-year-old GianCarlo Abril thoroughly enjoyed a rare opportunity to play in a mini-futsal tournament with visiting students from Japan at the University of Guam Fieldhouse and hopes to participate in future exchanges.

“It was a great event to interact with people from different cultures who play the same sport,” said Abril, an incoming freshman at Father Duenas Memorial School. “We don’t have many opportunities to play futsal, so this was a great experience for me, and for others on the team. I’d love to participate in future events like this one.”

Abril was one of a handful of Guam’s U14 and U16 national team training squad members who competed against visiting students from Japan’s Wasegaku High School system during their annual excursion to Guam.

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