T&T 2010 on FIFA.com
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Welcome to Trinidad and Tobago! FIFA.com is already ensconced on the Caribbean islands in order to experience first-hand the second-ever FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup and to bring you all the latest news and views from the event.

The big kick-off is set for Sunday 5 September, but to whet your appetite we are delighted to be able to provide you with detailed profiles of the 16 national teams taking part, as well as summaries of the various continental qualifying tournaments. You also have the opportunity to learn a little more about the host nation and the competition’s five venues, with a profile of each city and its corresponding stadium available for your perusal.

Interested in seeing what went on at the inaugural edition of the event? Then don't hesitate to take a look at our Previous Tournaments section, where you can relive all the action and excitement of New Zealand 2008. If you are currently in Trinidad and Tobago, a veritable festival of football awaits you. Visit the section detailing the organisation of the tournament, where you can buy match tickets, as well as read the rules and regulations of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, should you happen to have any guideline-related queries.

Day-to-day
From 5 September onwards, the football fiesta begins! We’ll start each matchday with a preview of the fixtures ahead, and offer you minute-by-minute coverage of each game via our MatchCast tool. A report will follow every match, as well as a relevant photo gallery and video highlights package. We will also have choice quotes from the protagonists themselves. As if that were not enough, once the action is over, we will provide a general overview of each day’s events, including an array of photos capturing the essence of the tournament.

But there is no reason for us to stop there. Closely monitoring all of the competing teams in Trinidad and Tobago, we will bring you exclusive interviews, fascinating articles and all the latest news related to events on the islands up to and including 25 September, the day of the final. At that time, we also plan to provide you with a list of the winners of the tournament’s top individual awards, plus a look back at how they achieved them.

What else could you possibly need? If you do think of something, do not hesitate to suggest it through our 'Add your comment' option, which allows you to share your thoughts on the competition with the wider football community. We are counting on you – stay connected to FIFA.com to keep right up-to-date with all the action from Trinidad and Tobago 2010.