Caribbean Premier Football League (CPFL)

On May 2, 2015, the members of the Haitian Diaspora under the leadership of the Ministry of Haitians Living Abroad (MHAVE) have launched the Caribbean Premier Football League (CPFL), in the presence of Robert Labrousse, the Minister of MHAVE. The minister during his inaugural speech thanked the Haitian diaspora for their contribution towards the country's rebuilding effort and for promoting harmonious social events like a football tournament. Georges Romanian, a U.S resident is the founder of this tournament; he was accompanied by two former Brazilian footballers, Elzo Coelho and Roberto Alagon. The visitors have emphasized the need to train footballers at the base level. There would be total ten teams in the tournament representing 8 different Haitian cities, with two teams playing in the United States, including Florida. The CPFL football teams will have the responsibilities to build football schools and academies for Haitian children.


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