|Full name:||Lyndon Hooper|
|Date of Birth:||May 30, 1966|
|Place of Birth:||Georgetown, Guyana|
|1996-1997||Toronto Shooting Stars||8||1||1|
|1999||Hampton Roads Mariners|
Lyndon was born in Georgetown, Guyana, and moved to Ottawa in Canada in 1980. His father worked as a Guyanese diplomat.
Lyndon and his sister Charmaine graduated from the Nepean “Hotspurs” Soccer Club in the Ottawa Minor Soccer System.
Lyndon started his senior career with Toronto Blizzard in the National Soccer League in the 1986 season.
Lyndon was a territorial draft pick of the Ottawa Pioneers before the start of the inaugural season of the Canadian Soccer League in 1987.
Lyndon graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University in 1990 with a degree in Physical Education.
Transferred from Toronto Blizzard to Football League club Birmingham City in 1993 for $100,000 or £75,000.
Played for Montreal Impact in the A-League in the 1995 season.
Signed a one year contract with National Professional Soccer League club Chicago Power on 13 November 1995. Traded by Chicago Power to National Professional Soccer League club Cincinnati Silverbacks for Michael King on 20 November 1995.
In February 2005 he was appointed as an assistant coach of Toronto Lynx.
His sister Charmaine Hooper is a member of Canada’s Soccer Hall of Fame.