Meet The Players

The Men's National Team

Aikim Andrews

Midfield / Defence

Sheldon Bateau

Defence

Jerrel Britto

Midfield

Daniel Carr

Forward

Daneil Cyrus

Defence

Aubrey David

Defence

Adrian Foncette

Goalkeeper

Andre Fortune II

Defence

Jomoul Francois

Forward

Nicklas Frenderup

Goalkeeper

Akeem Garcia

Midfield

Judah Garcia

Midfield

Levi Garcia

Forward

Nathaniel Garcia

Midfield

Kevan George

Midfield

Kevon Goddard

Midfield

Ataulla Guerra

Midfield

Neveal Hackshaw

Midfield / Defence

Khaleem Hyland

Midfield

Alvin Jones

Defence

Joevin Jones

Midfield

Marcus Jr Joseph

Forward

Keston Julien

Defence

Aaron Lester

Midfield

Darius Lewis

Midfield

Nathan Lewis

Midfield

Carlyle Mitchell

Defence

Kevin Molino

Midfield

Karl Muckette

Midfield

Leston Paul

Midfield

Jameel Perry

Forward

Marvin Phillip

Goalkeeper

Ross Jr Russell

Defence

Glenroy Samuel

Goalkeeper

Ryan Telfer

Forward

Jomal Williams

Midfield

Mekeil Williams

Defence

Rundell Winchester

Midfield

Matthew Woo Ling

Midfield
Get To Know The Staff

Management Team

Men’s Senior Team

Angus Eve | Head Coach 

Hutson Charles | Asst 

Reynold Carrington | Asst

Clayton Ince | Goalkeeper Coach 

Michael Williams | Equip 

Richard Piper | Manager

Adaryll John | Trainer

Roger Ryan | Physio

Saron Joseph | Massage Therapist/Trainer

Akash Dhanai | Doctor

Shaun Fuentes | Media Officer

Men’s U20

Angus Eve | Head Coach

Hutson Charles | Asst

Reynold Carrington | Asst 

Clayton Ince | Gk coach

Adaryll John | Trainer 

Roger Ryan | Physio 

Saron Joseph | Trainer/Massage Therapist

Akash Dhanai | Doctor

Michael Williams | Equip 

Richard Piper | Manager 

Shaun Fuentes| Media Officer

Men’s U17

Vacant |

Men’s U15

Vacant

A Special Thank You

Sponsors

On The Pitch

Our Men In Action

Get To Know The Club

History

The Trinidad and Tobago Senior Men’s Team is the most followed and globally recognised National Team of the Twin Island Republic.

The squad of 2005/2006 created history by securing its berth for the 2006 World Cup Finals in Germany, in the process becoming the smallest nation to ever qualify for a senior FIFA World Cup Finals, a record that stands to date.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Senior Men’s Team has qualified for the CONCACAF Gold Cup on nine occasions with their best performance in 2000 after reaching the semi-finals, finishing 3rd. Their second best showing was getting to the quarter finals in 2015, losing on penalty kicks to Panama after battling to a 1-1 scoreline after extra time. T&T topped their opening group ahead of Mexico. The Team has experienced great success in the Caribbean Cup having won the sub-continental competition eight times and runners-up on six occasions.