SATUC is working in collaboration with RF Prime Academy to pick 8 young players, from Barbados’s underprivileged children, including the goalkeepers.

SATUC is delighted to announce that a team of Barbados children will join 2017 SATUC CUP and we will soon announce the names of the players who will compete for a place in the 2017 SATUC CUP. RF Prime Academy, provide players who cannot afford to pay at the academy provide scholarships for them which entails free entry to the academy, training equipment (shirt, shorts and boots). The academy is a new one which started on the 14th May 2016, at present the academy have 22 players in which half of them are on scholarship, eighteen boys and four girls, between 5 to 13 years old. There are four coaches who works in the academy with one being a mental trainer

About (RF Prime Academy):

                                     They Believe In : Independence & interdependence
SATUC World Cup 2017, Barbados TeamPlayfulness : Provide fun, safe, supportive and mentally stimulating environment.
Positivity : We respond to all life situations with a positive attitude.
Resilience : overcome all challenges and work hard and smart to achieve our goals.
Being Present : Focus only on the important things that matter in each moment.

For SATUC presedent Sheikha Al Thani and all the SATUC team it is a real honour and a privilege to help support the Barbados children at the 2017 SATUC World Cup.

Sheikha is truly humbled to be in a position to provide these courageous and talented children with opportunities to make their dreams come true.

SATUC believes it is our duty as a conscientious member of a global charitable community to step in and offer whatever help we can to these children, who have already had to suffer so much in their young lives. We encourage each and every one of you to rally round and help support our Barbados children