Cuba are a national team which plays in the CONCACAF confederation and they play their home games in an all red kit supplied by adidas. They were the first Caribbean team to make the World Cup, which they did in 1938 and the nation finished second in the Caribbean Cup in 1996, 1999 and 2005 and won the 2012 Caribbean Cup.
The red shirt of Cuba has only featured in the World Cup finals once in 1938 when they reached the quarter-finals but were then beaten 8-0 by Sweden. During the 2002 Gold Cup in Los Angeles, Cuba were embarrassed by the defection of two players Alberto Delgado and Rey Angel Martinez to the United States.
The Spanish style of Joma team up with Cuba for the first time to issue classy looking kits Joma keep things simple to create an elegant and classical home shirt for the team dubbed the "Lions of the Caribbean" [...]
The Cuban national football team played their first international match on the 16th March 1930 a home fixture against Jamaica who they beat 3-1. Cuba do not have a great record on the world stage perhaps because the nation favours baseball and boxing.
The nation have had several managers in their past including Walter Benitez, Chandler Gonzalez, Raul Gonzalez Triana, Reinhold Fanz, Armelio Luis, Miguel Company and William Bennett.