The Trinidad Sharks are a fictional professional American football team based in the Trinidad and Tobago region. The Dragons are a member of the Continental Football Conference (CFC) Caribbean Division in the Continental Football Association (CFA).
The Sharks franchise were among the original 12 that started in 2010. In 2010 the team was owned by Michael Burmeister and played their games in Chicago, Illinois at Wrigley Field. In 2010 the team was known as the Knights but changed to Crusaders in 2011 before selling the team to Steven Lamb of the United Kingdom.
Chicago Knights/Crusaders (2010-2011) Edit
Trinidad Sharks (2012-Present) Edit
This was the first season in which the team played their games in Trinidad.
Year by Year Results Edit
|Season||League||Wins||Losses||Playoffs?||Div. Champs?||Playoff Results|
|2016||CFA||9||7||Y||N||Lost Wild Card Rd. 40-28 to Portland (12-4)|
|2019||CFA||11||5||Y||Y||Lost Divisional Rd. 32-10 to St. Louis (13-3)|