Noah Powder Called Into Trinidad & Tobago National Team Ahead Of Gold Cup Campaign
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Real Salt Lake left-back Noah Powder has been called into the Trinidad & Tobago National Team as an injury replacement ahead of the Concacaf Gold Cup.
Powder, 22, has notched one cap for Trinidad & Tobago when he came off the bench against the US Men’s National Team in Trinidad’s 7-0 defeat on January 31st. Previously, he has 13 appearances across Trinidad’s U-17 & U-20 teams.
Noah Powder is Gold Cup bound 🇹🇹
— Real Salt Lake (@realsaltlake) July 9, 2021
Powder signed for RSL in September of 2020 and debuted on May 15 against Nashville SC. He was a key contributor to the championship-winning Real Monarchs team that lifted the USL trophy in 2019.
“This honor is a testament to the hard work Noah has put in over the years. We are proud to see his quality recognized and excited to watch him represent his country in this region’s premier international competition.” RSL General Manager Elliot Fall said.
Trinidad & Tobago will feature in Group A for the Concacaf Gold Cup alongside Curacao, El Salvador and Mexico. Their first game will occur on July 10 when it faces Mexico at 8:00 p.m. MT at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
Real Salt Lake returns to the field on Saturday, July 17 when it faces LAFC at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, California. The fixture will be available to stream for free via the KSL Sports & KSL 5 TV apps or on KSL Sports dot com.
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