Trinidad and Tobago will become the latest national football team to make their Unofficial Football World Championships debut when they play current champions Uruguay in the next UFWC title match in May. When the game was first announced, Trinidad and Tobago were 49th in the FIFA rankings. They’ve since slipped to 53rd, but remain one of the highest-ranked FIFA sides to have never challenged for the UFWC title.Read More...
|URUGUAY||SINCE 17/11/2015||DEFEATED CHILE|
|27/05/2016||URUGUAY||VS||TRINIDAD & TOBAGO||Montevideo||FR|
|902||26/06/2015||ARGENTINA*||0-0||COLOMBIA||Vina Del Mar||CA||+|
* = won on penalties. + = click for match report.
Teams ranked by number of title matches won.
Complete UFWC rankings
Current UFWC champions Uruguay demonstrated in their recent World Cup qualifiers against Brazil and Peru that they have one of the best strikers in world football at their disposal. Oscar Tabarez’s side will prepare for the Copa America Centenario with a warm-up match against Trinidad & Tobago.Read More...
A second-half goal from Edinson Cavani was enough to give Uruguay a 1-0 win over Peru in this World Cup qualifier, sending Uruguay to the top of the CONMEBOL qualification table, and retaining their UFWC title and status as Unofficial Football World Champions. Cavani’s goal came in the 53rd minute, after his side had been second-best for much of the game. Luis Suarez was the creator, flicking the ball to Cavani, who smashed a…Read More...