Montego Bay United FC
We were the first team to win the Inaugural Jamaica National Building Society Federation cup in 1992, and again in 1995 and were many times Parish champions and our junior teams have been champions in the St. James under 20 competitions every year since 1998.
In our halcyon days, we had nine players representing the Senior National Team at one time. Some Players received national recognition, namely, Alton “Noah” Sterling, Allan “Ply” Latty, Edwin “Fairy Boots”Alcock, Hector “Hecky” Wright, Stephen “Shorty” Malcolm and past # 1 Caribbean and renowned player of National and International repute and Past Head Coach of the club Paul “Tegat” Davis. Based on such high calibre of players, we have consistently commanded the respect of their counterparts not only in Jamaica but within the Caribbean.
We have also received maximum support from fans island-wide, having in excess of 10,000 people cramming inside Jarrett Park and where our Fan Club had over 1,000 registered members. Football is the most popular sport enjoyed amongst people locally and nationally. Montego Bay United F.C. exemplifies the aspiration of all sport loving people in Montego Bay and represents our continued fundamental foothold in national football.
For Montego Bay, the prestige and historic significance of the Club’s and by extension, Montego Bay’s contribution to local and National football remains a lingering source of pride. For the continued development of football locally and for the vast potential represented in our young people, Montego Bay United F.C. must continue.
WESPOW CLUB HOUSE ...
- Administrative office
- Physiotherapist & Doctors office
- Referee room
- Mess Hall
- Conference rooms
- Dorms (accommodate 32)
- Executive office
- Kitchen & pantry
Our linkages with the corporate body and entrepreneurs of our City, will allow for
significant global positioning of the Club to not only prepare for the upcoming Seasons but
by forging a direct bond which will enhance the areas of Education, Culture, Health,
Entertainment and Sports Tourism for years to come.