Super Cup 2017
  • THURS. MAR. 21, 2019 Green Pond 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    St. James 0
  • Kemps Hill 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Central 0
  • Anchovy 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Frome 0
  • Mile Gully 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Christiana 0
  • Bishop Gibson High 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Manchester 0
  • Holmwood 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Belair High 0
  • Montego Bay High 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Mt. Alvernia 0
  • Glenmuir 0 03-21-2019
    3:00 PM
    Garvey Maceo 0
  • FRI. MAR. 22, 2019 Meadowbrook 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Edith Dalton 0
  • STATHS 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Immaculate 0
  • Yallahs 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Campion College 0
  • Bridgeport 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Penwood 0
  • Clan Carthy 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Excelsior 0
  • St. Jago 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Jose Marti 0
  • Wolmer's Girls 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Camperdown 0
  • Greater Portmore 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Spanish Town 0
  • Merl Grove 0 03-22-2019
    3:00 PM
    Denham Town 0
  • MON. MAR. 25, 2019 Belair High 0 03-25-2019
    3:00 PM
    Christiana 0
  • Manchester 0 03-25-2019
    3:00 PM
    Holmwood 0
  • Mile Gully 0 03-25-2019
    3:00 PM
    Bishop Gibson High 0
  • Lennon 0 03-25-2019
    3:00 PM
    Garvey Maceo 0
  • Glenmuir 0 03-25-2019
    3:00 PM
    Kemps Hill 0
  • TUES. MAR. 26, 2019 Edith Dalton 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    STATHS 0
  • Mt. Alvernia 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Green Pond 0
  • Denham Town 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Meadowbrook 0
  • Spot Valley 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Montego Bay High 0
  • Pembroke Hall High 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Merl Grove 0
  • Camperdown 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Campion College 0
  • Excelsior 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Wolmer's Girls 0
  • Yallahs 0 03-26-2019
    3:00 PM
    Clan Carthy 0

Super Cup Champions 2017

Super Cup Champions 2017

 Jamaica College

Registered Colors:
Dark Blue
City:
Old Hope Road, Kingston

Jamaica College is a prominent secondary school located in St. Andrew, Jamaica. It provides traditional classroom education to its students in a variety of subject areas. The institution caters to students aged 11 to 19 years.

First established as a boarding school for boys, Jamaica College has remained a single-sex school with the boarding facilities removed. The school provides education to around 1,800 boys and has over 100 teaching and administrative staff.

The institution is widely known in Jamaica for both its academic and sporting achievements, and has produced many influential members of Jamaican society.


Our Mission

To deliver quality education and opportunities for social development in order to enable our students to become well-rounded individuals and leaders who excel in their chosen areas of endeavor, thereby playing integral roles in the development and enrichment of our country.

This will be achieved through the provision of a comprehensive curriculum; a nurturing and safe environment by motivated and qualified teachers and staff and in partnership with our parents alumni and community.


Our Vision

A financially self sustaining institution where every student achieves his potential, displays positive character traits and is supported by a highly motivated and well trained team that is committed to producing learners in an ethically positive environment in which teaching and learning thrive.

Name Played matches Goal
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0

League results

Rank GP W L D GD Pts
4 0 0 0 0 0 0

Current form

HomeAway
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Latest matches

Date Team Location Result
11-11-2017 5:00 PM Dinthill Home
11-18-2017 7:00 PM Kingston CollegeAway

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