SKHY Football Club was formed out of the growing need and demand for educational and physical programs to assist in the development of the youth of the country. It occurred to us that the breakdown of religious, social and moral fabric of society is creating children who due to lack of proper guidance are unable to make the right decisions and choices that would benefit them. As a result, the nation’s youth are not fulfilling their true potential.
We think that we can achieve these results due to the fact that SKHY possesses a reliable management team, each with over twenty years of practical experience, contacts abroad and academic qualifications. Further to this, our leadership, administrative and planning skills make us capable of making a positive contribution to developing the youth and sport of football.
The management of SKHY is actively engaged in this process and the management is resolute, committed and determined to develop local footballers, coaches and support staff to an international standard utilising best practices from all parts of the globe.
Colin currently coaches several primary and secondary schools throughout Trinidad. He represented St. Mary´s College from 1970-1975 Under -14 to Under-19 and Trinity College in 1976 at the Under-19 level.
In addition to coaching at SKHY, Dexter coaches at several primary and secondary schools throughout Trinidad and is also the current CEO is the national Professional Football League.
Joel is a former assistant coach of the Trinidad and Tobago National Womens Football Team, from 1996-1998.
SKHY FC has been instrumental in shaping my personal and professional life.I began training with the club at age 16 and I was extremely fortunate to have the personal time and mentorship of all three Directors.
My first contact with SKHY Football Club was through Joel Hyacenth or “Big Joe” (as he is more affably known) on a Tour to the Dallas Cup with Alcons Football Club back in 1996.
When I think back on all those Saturdays and Sundays of dropping off our son to and picking him up from football practice;