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Referees Suspended for Error on Penalty in Premier League Semifinal

Two referees have been suspended from officiating football games in Belize. The B.D.F. Football Club has filed a protest against a decision made in a most recent match of the [...]

A Stop to Championship Would Have Financial Costs

Sanctions aside, Chuc says that there is a legal process to the protest made by B.D.F. Football Club.  Immediately following the game on April twenty-ninth, the military team—as is mandated—filed [...]

Coaches Receive Training from F.F.B.

Thirty-two football coaches from across the country converged at the F.F.B. Headquarters in Belmopan for day-one of a week-long FIFA training course to improve the sport in Belize. German Instructor [...]

FIFA, F.F.B. to Install Synthetic Pitches in Belmopan and Belize City

While speaking with F.F.B. President Sergio Chuc, we also found out about some mega projects that the federation has in the pipeline. These include the refurbishing of the F.F.B. stadium [...]

Controversial P.L.B. Championship Tops Sports Monday

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities…]

B.D.F. Stops Championship Final Show with Protest on Disallowed Penalty

In sporting news, the planned game one of the Premier League of Belize Championship Finals for this weekend has been postponed. General Secretary to the Premier League of Belize, Wilhelm [...]

Smart Belize Hurricanes Import Belizean Overseas star Devin Daly for Playoffs

On the heels of a strong performance on Monday night at the Belize City Civic Center, the playoffs for the 2018 season of the National Elite Basketball League kicks off [...]

Hurricanes C.E.O. Says Category Five is Coming

The Hurricanes are currently ranked second in the 2018 season, with a five-game winning streak going into tonight’s game. Dubbed a battle of rice and beans versus hudut, C.E.O. Gilbert [...]

A Sporting Review of the Weekend

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities….]

Brandon Cattouse Handed Provisional Suspension after Failed Drug Test

Cycling has been big in the news this week as the upcoming elections for the Cycling Federation were announced to be postponed. Tonight, there is more news to report from [...]

Cycling Federation Elections Postponed; Team Heads to Mexico

There has been an interesting turn of events within the cycling community, ahead of what would have been elections for a new executive of the Cycling Federation of Belize this [...]

The Ariel Rosado Foundation Rides Again

The Ariel Rosado Foundation held its annual ride along the George Price Highway this past Saturday. The riders traveled from Galen University Campus in Central Farm and ended at the [...]

U-18 ‘Ballers Off to Dru Joyce Classic

Belize’s Under-eighteen Boys Basketball team left the country today to compete in a tournament in Akron, Ohio. The Dru Joyce Classic runs from the twenty-seventh to the twenty-ninth of April [...]

Ecumenical boys off and running to Penn Relays

As of news time, a team of seven young men from Stann Creek Ecumenical College in Dangriga Town are on their way to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to participate in the world-famous [...]

Latest from the world of sport

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities….]

Concerns Leading Up to the Cycling Federation’s Elections

Elections at the Cycling Federation of Belize are scheduled for next Saturday, but there is growing concern that all is not above board. The federation is currently led by former [...]

Belize U-fifteen Boys Basketball Team Bring Back Medals from COCABA Championship

Their welcome home was not a big deal, but the Under-fifteen Boys National Basketball Team has every reason to be proud. Beating the odds, the team came back with bronze [...]

Basketballers Christen New Civic

A few hundred high school students converged on the Civic Center this afternoon in somewhat of a dry run.  The facility opened its doors this afternoon for a pair of [...]

Commonwealth Cyclists were Class of the Caribbean ‘Down Under’

Most of Belize’s delegation to the Commonwealth Games concluded on Sunday in Gold Coast, Australia, returned to Belize this afternoon. There were no medals to show off, but the athletes [...]

Training Continues for Table Tennis Trio

The table tennis team of Devesh Hukmani, Terry Su and Rohit Pagarani were also participating in the Commonwealths for the first time and faced some of the very best in [...]

The Weekend in Sports

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities….]

Ladies in Action on the Football Field

The Football Federation of Belize kicks off the second National Amateur Women’s Football League tournament this weekend. Eight teams from north to south are participating, in the hunt for Belize’s [...]

Belize U-15 National Basketball Team Heads to COCABA

Belize’s Under-fifteen Boys National Basketball Team left the country today en route to El Salvador to play in the COCABA championships. The contingent of twelve players and three officials will [...]

The Best of the Sporting Weekend

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday.   [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities….]

Honoring Campeche Champions Future Shock

Belize’s youth athletes continue to impress on the international stage. Tonight we feature a group of young ballers from the City, known as Future Shock. Their opponents in the recent [...]