Born: Georgetown, Guyana, May 30, 1966.
Lyndon Hooper played 67 times for Canada, and made his full international debut against Singapore in 1986 in the Merlion Cup. He fist started playing soccer while living in Zambia from age 8 to 11. From Zambia, he came to Canada and grew up in Ottawa, with his first club being Nepean Hotspurs. He began his professional career with the Ottawa Pioneers of the Canadian Soccer League in 1987. However, he continued to play for Wilfrid Laurier University from 1986 to 1990 and was named a second-team CIAU all-Canadian in 1986 and 1987. His years in the CSL took him to Montreal Supra (1988) and Toronto Blizzard (1989-1993) and then to England where he spent one season with Birmingham City in the Football League, appearing in five league games. He then returned to North America and played the 1995-96 indoor seasons with the Cincinnati Silverbacks before moving to the Montreal Impact and helping them win the regular season championship in his first season. In 1999 he was with Hampton Roads Mariners of the USL and in 2000, 2001 and briefly in 2005 he played for the Toronto Lynx. Later, he regained his amateur status and helped Scarborough GS United win the Canadian championship in October 2005.