GFF Super 16 Cup here to stay, says Forde


“I would like to let you know that the GFF Super 16 Cup is here to stay.”

Those were the words of president of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), Wayne Forde, as he addressed teams and sponsors representatives at the official launch of the 16-team, year-end football showpiece.

The unveiling of the tournament took place on Friday evening at the Pegasus Hotel, a partner in the staging of the 2019 competition, slated to kick off on December 15 and conclude on January 1, 2020 at the National Stadium, Providence.

The straight knockout tournament means that after the first leg the quarter-finalists would be decided, followed by the semi-final, third place playoff and final.

“We have challenged ourselves at the GFF to make this tournament a spectacular annual event. We’re excited and motivated by the positive response we’ve received from our traditional corporate partners and we’re equally encouraged by the support we are receiving from our new partners,” Forde told the gathering.

“This year we’re adding a special flavour to the GFF super 16 Cup. This year, compliments of Brass Aluminum and Cast Iron Foundry, we are manufacturing right here in Guyana the championship trophy that will be unveiled at a special ceremony in a matter of days.”

Ready! These youngsters are excited to showcase their skills in the GFF Super 16 Cup


December 15- Eve Leary

Match One– 18:30h

Milerock v Pele

Match Two-21:00h

Police v Timehri Panthers

December 20- East Coast (Venue to be decided)

Match Three– 18:30h

Fruta Conquerors v Buxton Stars

Match Four– 21:00h

Buxton United v Berbice champions (To be decided)

December 21- Bartica Community Centre

Match Five– 20:30h

Western Tigers v Rivers View

December 21- Queenstown

Match Six– 21:00h

GDF v Essequibo champions (To be decided)

December 22- West Demerara (Venue to be decided)

Match Seven– 18:30h

Santos v Eagles

Match Eight– 21:00h

Den Amstel v Riddim Squad

The quarter-finals are fixed for December 25 and 26, followed by the semi-finals on December 29 and the third place playoff and final on January 1, 2020.

The tournament has received corporate backing from the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana, National Milling Company, MVP Sports, Impressions, Brass Aluminum and Cast Iron Foundry, E.C. Vieira Investments Limited, HJ 94.1 FM, Pegasus Hotel Guyana and MACORP.

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