The Aruba national football team (Dutch, "Arubaans voetbalelftal"; Papiamento, "Seleccion Arubano di futbol") is the national team of Aruba, it was founded in 1932 and is affiliated with the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), CONCACAF and FIFA (since 1988) and is controlled by the Arubaanse Voetbal Bond.
Guillermo Prospero Trinidad Stadium (officially known as Compleho Deportivo Guillermo Prospero Trinidad) is a multi-purpose stadium in Oranjestad, Aruba. It is Aruba's National Stadium, named after Guillermo Trinidad, a politician from the same neighbourhood (Dakota). Originally the stadium was named after former Dutch Queen Wilhelmina, but the name was changed in 1994 after the renovations were completed. The stadium hosts soccer matches and also track and field competitions. It has a capacity of approximately 2,500 spectators. Sinbad performed his HBO comedy special "Nothin' but the Funk" here in 1997.