I'm writing about the captains of sport teams. Each team has one and only one captain. I'm confused on how to express this :
We will communicate this information to ...
- each team captain
- each team's captain
- each teams captain
- each teams' captain
It's my understanding that each is followed by a singular as per https://dictionary.cambridge.org/fr/grammaire/grammaire-britannique/each, so I think I should use captain against captains (I could be wrong on this one too, though)
However, I'm confused with the "team" part. There are several teams, so should I pluralize this word here ? Also, maybe should I use the possessive
Which is the correct way to complete the sentence ?