Trinidad and Tobago national football team (Soca Warriors)

Founded: 1908
Address: Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation
24-26 Dundonald Street
PO Box 400
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago is both the smallest and least populated country ever to take part in a World Cup finals. They did so in 2006 when, despite some spirited performances, went out at the group stage.

In 1974, Trinidad and Tobago controversially failed to qualify for the World Cup. Needing a victory in their last game against Haiti, they lost 2 - 1. The officials had ruled out five Trinidad and Tobago goals. The referee and linesman subsequently received lifetime bans from FIFA.

Trinidad and Tobago are the most successful nation in the history of the Caribbean Cup with 8 titles.

Their all-time record goalscorer is Stern John who managed an incredible 70 goals during his international career. The Trinidadian spent most of his club career playing in England.

Trinidad and Tobago 'A' international all-time totals

Games won: 255
Games drawn: 124
Games lost: 239
Goals for: 980
Goals against: 822
Average goals for: 1.59
Average goals against: 1.33

Venue: Hasely Crawford Stadium, Port of Spain