The 2014 Guinness Street Football Challenge final takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at the National Tennis Centre in Villa at 6 p.m.
Nine teams will vie for a chance to represent this country at the regional finals in Trinidad June 6 and 7, and a cash prize of EC$5,000 cash and five cases of Guinness.
The finalists comprise the eight zonal champions, along with the 2013 local champions, West Side School Yard Strikers.
The local Street Football Challenge started this year in Georgetown with Royal Saints emerging as champions. They go into the finals with the record of scoring the most goals during the qualifiers.
The other competitors are One Love (Paul’s Avenue), Ball Boyz (Campden Park), Madd Rockers (Layou), All Stars (Rose Bank), Cotton United (Union Island), Pyola (Layou), 2012 local and regional champions, Crew FC and 2013 local champs West Side School Yard Strikers.
Pyola is the youngest team in the finals. They have the third highest goals and the best defence record.