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Trinidad and Tobago Travel Notes -- The capital, Port of Spain, is situated on the island of Trinidad. Find out more about Trinidad and Tobago.

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Trinidad and Tobago qualified for the 2006 World Cup Finals on November 16th, 2005.

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Trinidad and Tobago in the World Cup Finals

World Cup Appearances:
Germany 2006 is Trinidad and Tobago's 1st appearance at the World Cup Finals.

Trinidad & Tobago's Best World Cup Performance

Qualifying for Germany 2006.

Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Preparations

Trinidad and Tobago Team Hotel

Landhaus Wachtelhof - World Cup Hotel of Trinidad and Tobago
Landhaus Wachtelhof:
Gerberstraße 6, Rotenburg an der Wümme.
The Soca Warriors will appreciate a reserved kind of luxury combined with a friendly atmosphere, without the anonymity of so many big hotels, when they dance across the blue Brasilian granite floor at the Landhaus Wachtelhof.

Rotenburg an der Wümme:
The market town of Rothenburg is located between the larger centres of Hamburg, Bremen and Hanover.

Trinidad and Tobago Friendly Matches

Beat Iceland (2:0), Tuesday 28th February. (Loftus Road, London)
Dwight Yorke (10 and 52pen).

Drew with Peru (1:1), Wednesday 10th May. (Port of Spain)
Kenwyne Jones scored from a free-kick.

Lost to Wales (1:2), Saturday 27th May. (Graz, Austria)
Stern John (32).

Lost to Slovenia (1:3), Wednesday 31st May. (Celje, Slovenia)
Christopher Birchall (25).

Lost to Czech Republic (0:3), Saturday 3rd June. (Prague)

Beat FC St Pauli (2:1), Monday 5th June. (Hamburg)
Kenwyne Jones and Jason Scotland.

Trinidad and Tobago in the 2006 World Cup

Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation
Group B

Trinidad vs Sweden in Dortmund:
No one would have thought that Trinidad & Tobago would come away from this game with a point but thanks to anjury to Kelvin Jack, shortly before the kick-off, Shaka Hislop took his place and played the best game of his life.

England vs Trinidad & Tobago in Nürnberg:
One things teams need to learn about football at this level, is that if you set out your stall to defend, you'll let in a goal near the final whistle when you start to lose concentration; perhaps two.

Paraguay vs Trinidad & Tobago in Kaiserslautern:
Trinidad & Tobago still had a faint chance to qualify for the Second Round before this game kicked-off but if you fail to score goals, you fail to win. Trinidad & Tobago didn't score a single goal at the 2006 World Cup Finals, unless you count Brent Sancho's own goal against Paraguay.

Knockout Stage

Trinidad & Tobago failed to qualify for the Second Round.

Trinidad and Tobago World Cup Squad 2006

Trinidad Football Kit
Soca Warriors

Goalkeepers:

1 Shaka Hislop (West Ham United, England)
21 Kelvin Jack (Dundee, Scotland)
22 Clayton Ince (Coventry City, England)

Defenders:

2 Ian Cox (Gillingham, England)
3 Avery John (New England Revolution, USA)
4 Marvin Andrews (Rangers, Scotland)
5 Brent Sancho (Gillingham, England)
6 Dennis Lawrence (Wrexham, Wales)
8 Cyd Gray (San Juan Jabloteh)
17 Atiba Charles (W Connection)

Midfielders:

7 Christopher Birchall (Port Vale, England)
9 Aurtis Whitley (San Juan Jabloteh)
10 Russell Latapy (Falkirk, Scotland)
11 Carlos Edwards (Luton Town, England)
16 Evans Wise (SV Wacker Burghausen, Germany)
18 Densill Theobald (Falkirk, Scotland)
19 Dwight Yorke (Sydney FC, Australia)
23 Anthony Wolfe (San Juan Jabloteh)

Forwards:

12 Collin Samuel (Dundee United, Scotland)
13 Cornell Glen (LA Galaxy, USA)
14 Stern John (Coventry City, England)
15 Kenwyne Jones (Southampton, England)
20 Jason Scotland (St Johnstone, Scotland)

Trainer:
Leo Beenhaker (Holland).

Players to watch:
7 Christopher Birchall (Port Vale, England)
19 Dwight Yorke (Sydney FC, Australia)
14 Stern John (Coventry City, England)

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