Popularly known as The Soca Warriors, Trinidad & Tobago represents the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in international football. Trinidad & Tobago held the record of being the smallest nation (both in size and population) to reach the first round of FIFA World Cup. The record was held by Trinidad & Tobago until 2018 FIFA World Cup, when Iceland broke the record. Currently, the team is ranked 93rd in the world. The team is captained by Curtis Gonzales and head coached by Dennis Lawrence.
|Team||Trinidad & Tobago|
|Nickname||The Soca Warriors|
|Head Coach||Dennis Lawrence|
Trinidad & Tobago Football Team Past Performance Record in CONCACAF Gold Cup History
Trinidad & Tobago, one of the smallest nation in football history. The team has not much history to boost on. The records say, that team has been performing average at International level. In their 16 appearances in total, the Trinidad & Tobago team has finished as runners up once. Apart from being runners up, the team has not been at their best.
|Trinidad & Tobago||0 Time Winner||1 Time Runners Up- (1973)|
Trinidad & Tobago Team Squad, Player List For Gold Cup 2019
Trinidad & Tobago team squad or CONCACAF Gold Cup 2019 is yet announced. At the moment, the selection committee has announced the list of players who will play the upcoming friendlies. The team includes 3 Goalkeepers, 8 defenders, 9 midfielders and 2 forwards.
- Marvin Phillip
- Nicklas Frenderup
- Adrian Foncette
- Aubrey David
- Sheldon Bateau
- Daneil Cyrus
- Carlyle Mitchell
- Ross Russell Jr.
- Alvin Jones
- Mekeil Williams
- Tristan Hodge
- Cordell Cato
- Khaleem Hyland
- Levi Garcia
- Nathan Lewis
- Akeem Humphrey
- Neveal Hackshaw
- Kevan George
- Duane Muckette
- Leston Paul
- Willis Plaza
- Lester Peltier
Trinidad & Tobago Schedule, Fixtures For Gold Cup 2019
Trinidad & Tobago, part of Group D, here is the football schedule and fixtures of CONCACAF Gold cup 2019. Total three matches played by the Trinidad & Tobago team with three different countries at the various venues in the United States.
- The first match will be held on 18th June Tuesday against Panama at Allianz Field, Saint Paul.
- The second match will be held on 22nd June against the United States at FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland.
- The third match will be held on 26th June versus Guyana at Children’s Mercy Park, Kanas City.
|18th June 2019||Trinidad & Tobago vs Panama||Allianz Field, Saint Paul|
|22nd June 2019||Trinidad & Tobago vs the United States||FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland|
|26th June 2019||Trinidad & Tobago vs Guyana||Children’s Mercy Park, Kansas City|