Trinidad & Tobago are a national team which plays in the CONCACAF confederation and they play their home games wearing red shirts with black trim. The nation famously reached the 2006 FIFA World Cup where they lost two matches to England and Sweden and drew to Paraguay. Trinidad & Tobago have had several notable players to play for their side including Dwight Yorke, Angus Eve, Stern John, Marvin Andrews, Shaka Hislop, Kenwyne Jones and Justin Hoyte.
Trinidad & Tobago play in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying group which comprises North American, Central American & Caribbean teams. Germany 2006 will be the Soca Warriors first World Cup Finals, the tiny islands (population 1.1 million) celebrated with a national holiday the day after they qualified.
CONCACAF nation Trinidad & Tobago officially debuted their new home kit against Panama on the weekend. The new home kit is again supplied by Joma and again features the side's trademark red and black home colours which are depicted from the national flag of Trinidad & Tobago [...]
Usually considered the best team in the Caribbean, Trinidad and Tobago has won the Caribbean Cup eight times, Trinidad & Tobago had to beat Bahrain in a playoff after finishing 4th in the CONCACAF qualification round.
T&T first ever match was a 1-1 draw against Demerara and famous players to have represented Trinidad and Tobago include Dwight Yorke, top goal scorer Stern John (64 goals) and Angus Eve the nations most capped player (118 caps).