Meet The Boys

The Youth Team

Terriq Martin

Kanye Lazarus

Joshua Dexter Anthony Dumas

Jaheim Faustin

Giovanni Michael Warner

Dawn St. Rost

Tyrik Trotman

Jared Edmond

Christian Bailey

Isaiah Thossom

Tristan Stafford

Tristan Edwards

Terrell Gibson

Nathaniel James

Molik Khan

Kassidy Davidson

Armani Rowe

Jovonn Gomes

Josiah Wilson

Joshua Mason

Jashawn Thomas

Jaron Paascall

Jaheim Marshall

Anton Williams

Deshawn Brown

Daunte Julien

Dantaye Gilbert

Abdul Quddoos Hypolite

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Boy's Youth Team History

Trinidad and Tobago has appeared at two FIFA Under 17 World Cups in 2001 and 2007 and narrowly missed out on qualification in 2011 and 2013.

This country was the host nation on 2001, staging, according to FIFA, one of the best ever Under 17 World Cups.

Coached by Brazilian Rene Simoes, T&T ‘s squad included several talented players including current Senior Team captain Kenwyne Jones and senior teams goalkeepers Jan Michael Williams and Marvin Phillip. T&T found themselves in a tough group alongside the likes of Brazil who were 6-1 winners, a well as Australia and Croatia. T&T lost the opener 2-1 to Croatia with the highlight of the match being a fantastic individual goal by Nkosi Blackman for T&T.

Under Anton Corneal, T&T would go on to qualify for the 2007 FIFA Under 17 World Cup in South Korea. An early first half goal by Kevin Molino stunned hosts Jamaica in the final match of the tournament, putting T&T through to the World Cup.

In 2019, former Trinidad and Tobago forward and all-time leading goalscorer Stern John served as head coach of the Under 17 Men’s Team for the CONCACAF U-17 Championship and World Cup qualifiers at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida in May.

Trinidad and Tobago hosted the first Concacaf U-17 Men’s Championship in 1983 and went on to stage further championships in 1988, 1991 and 1996.

Meet The Girls

The Youth Team

Rahmiah Moore

Victoria Williams

Tishana Orosco

Telise Alibocas

Sheleva Mungal

Shania Jordan

Roshun Williams

Rahmiah Moore

Makaylea Nikea Fournillier

Latoya Cayenne

Latifha Pascall

Moenesa Mejias

Kimberlynn Rampersad

Kayla Foncette

Kie Anna Cedeno

Kayla Maillard

Jolleene Johnson Tom

Jessica Harragin

Jada Marie Joe

Isabella Lopez

Daniella Carr

Chelsea Dean

Carviel Helm

Annia Noel

Aaliyah Trim

Shania Ross

Renneka Gooding

Maria Sarrant

Jillanda Sandy

Lillian Selvon

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Girl's Youth Team History

The Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Under 17 Team has a solid history of representation at Caribbean and Concacaf competitions. T&T secured its first victory in FIFA World Cups at the Under 17 Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago in 2010 with a 2-1 victory over Chile in the opening match.

The current team will contest the CONCACAF U-17 Championship at IMG Academy, Bradenton in 2020.

T&T has qualified for three CONCACAF Final Round Championships dating back to 2008, making it in 2008, 2012 and 2013.

In the past, T&T participated at the 2010 FIFA Under 17 Women’s World Cup which was hosted here. T&T secured a 2-1 win in the tournament’s opening match against Chile at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.

The hosts scored in each half through Diarra Simmons and Liana Hinds, before Iona Rothfield pulled one back with seven minutes remaining for Chile. T&T suffered losses to Nigeria and North Korea in their next two group phase games.

T&T hosted the CONCACAF U-17 Women’s Championship in 2008.

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