A Living Document
On September 16th, 2015,member associations of the Central Football Association (CFA) adopted and ratified a new constitution for the governing body of football.
The statutes that make up this document are the culmination of efforts that not only began under the auspices of the Independent Football Reform Commission but also take inspiration from efforts of members of the Trinidad and Tobago football family who sought statute reform decades ago to ensure all relevant stakeholders of the game have a voice in the governance of football in this country.
The CFA Constitution is a living document of 81 articles designed to provide guidance and structure for football policy makers. Most importantly, it gives a voice to all who make Trinidad and Tobago football a vibrant and internationally relevant sport at all levels; both on and off the field of play.