A team that underwent a generational change, Trinidad and Tobago occupied the sixth position in the World Cup Qualifying Hexagonal. Kevin Molino was its top scorer with two goals.
The Caribbean team participated in 10 editions of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, where their best participation was in the year 2000, when they finished third. In addition, the island team played a FIFA World Cup in Germany 2006, where they got a remembered draw against Sweden. In addition, the "Soca Warriors" were champions 8 times in the Caribbean Cup. As for the records, their top historical scorer is Stern John, with 70 goals, and the man who most often wore his shirt was Angus Eve, with 117 presences.
Official name: Trinidad and Tobago Football Association
Head coach: Dennis Lawrence (TRI)