|Birth Day:||March 13, 1977|
|Birth Place:||Port Of Spain, Trinidad And Tobago|
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He played soccer at St. John's University in the United States.
Sancho spent his college years playing for St. John's University in New York City, where he was part of the school's only National Championship, in 1996.
Sancho played in all three matches in which Trinidad and Tobago took part in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, thus becoming the first former St. John's player and first current Gillingham player ever to play in a World Cup. In the third match, against Paraguay, he scored an own goal and defeat in this game confirmed Trinidad and Tobago's elimination from the tournament.
On 9 October 2006, Sancho announced his retirement from international football along with 12 others. Speaking at a press conference, Sancho said: "It's not just monetary. They have made certain contractual arrangements which they have now reneged on." This followed a dispute between the World Cup players and the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation regarding bonuses for playing in the World Cup. The issue went to court in the United Kingdom which ruled in favour of the players. Several of the players subsequently returned to the national team, but Sancho did not play for T&T after the 2006 World Cup. As of February 2015, the legal dispute between the players and the national association was still ongoing.
In December 2007 Sancho joined Millwall on a month's contract. This was not renewed and he found himself once again without a club until signing for Scottish Football League Division Two champions Ross County, in March 2008 until the end of the 2007–08 season. Sancho went on trial with Wrexham in July 2008 but was not signed by the club.
On 30 June 2008, the TTFF reported that Sancho had been training with TT Pro League team San Juan Jabloteh and Wrexham in an effort to regain a place with the national team as well as further his professional career. Eventually, Sancho returned to the USA in August 2008, joining the Atlanta Silverbacks and playing in eight matches in the remaining part of the season.
On 26 February 2009 the Rochester Rhinos announced the signing of Sancho to a two-year contract.
In 2010, Sancho was the owner/coach of the Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League club North East Stars, before setting up his own team called Central FC.
In 2015, Sancho was appointed Minister of Sport in Trinidad and Tobago.
Brent was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
Currently, Brent Sancho is 45 years, 2 months and 10 days old. Brent Sancho will celebrate 46th birthday on a Monday 13th of March 2023. Below we countdown to Brent Sancho upcoming birthday.
Brent Sancho: ‘I told Peter Crouch, in Trinidad they absolutely hate you’
Before Trinidad and Tobago face Wales their former defender recalls the 2006 World Cup clash with England and his ‘bodily assault’ by Crouch