Jamaica national football team

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The Jamaica national football team, nicknamed the "Reggae Boyz", represent Jamaica in international football.wikipedia
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Jamaica Football Federation

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The squad is under the supervising body of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), which is a member of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), and the global jurisdiction of FIFA.
The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) is the governing body of football in Jamaica and is in charge of the Jamaican national team and the Jamaican National Premier League.

2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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Jamaica also competes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, appearing thirteen times and finishing twice as runners-up to Mexico in 2015 and the United States in 2017.
Mexico won the competition after surviving both the quarterfinals and semifinals in controversial circumstances, defeating Jamaica – the first Caribbean nation to reach such a stage – in the final.

1998 FIFA World Cup

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Their sole appearance in the FIFA World Cup was in 1998, where the team finished third in its group and failed to advance. After not qualifying for the final round of the 1994 Caribbean Cup despite recording its largest-ever win margin in a 12–0 win against the British Virgin Islands, the team decided to hire René Simões to assist Brown with the goal of qualifying for the 1998 World Cup.
Croatia, Jamaica, Japan and South Africa made their first appearances in the finals.

2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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Jamaica also competes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, appearing thirteen times and finishing twice as runners-up to Mexico in 2015 and the United States in 2017.
The United States won their sixth title with their 2–1 victory over Jamaica in the final.

Caribbean Cup

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The team also competed in the Caribbean Cup winning six times.
Trinidad and Tobago, eight-time winners, and Jamaica, six-time winners, were the most successful sides, winning a combined 14 of 18 titles.

Cuba national football team

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From 1925 to 1962, Jamaica had regular games with teams from Trinidad and Tobago, Haiti, and Cuba, as well as with clubs like the Haitian Racing CH and Violette AC, the British Corinthians, and the Argentinean Tigers. At the 1962 Central American and Caribbean Games played in Jamaica, the national team was led by Brazilian coach Jorge Penna. Jamaica finished in fourth place, with two wins over Puerto Rico and Cuba.
They beat Jamaica (then a British colony) 3–1 in Havana.

CONCACAF Gold Cup

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Jamaica also competes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, appearing thirteen times and finishing twice as runners-up to Mexico in 2015 and the United States in 2017.
(1) Costa Rica and Jamaica shared third place.

Caribbean Football Union

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The squad is under the supervising body of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), which is a member of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), and the global jurisdiction of FIFA.

Costa Rica national football team

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A year later, Jamaica competed in the first CONCACAF Championship in El Salvador, where the team finished last in its group, which included Mexico, the Netherlands Antilles, and eventual winner Costa Rica.

CONCACAF

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The squad is under the supervising body of the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), which is a member of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU), Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF), and the global jurisdiction of FIFA.

Mexico national football team

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Jamaica also competes in the CONCACAF Gold Cup, appearing thirteen times and finishing twice as runners-up to Mexico in 2015 and the United States in 2017. A year later, Jamaica competed in the first CONCACAF Championship in El Salvador, where the team finished last in its group, which included Mexico, the Netherlands Antilles, and eventual winner Costa Rica.
Mexico won the Gold Cup after defeating Jamaica 3–1 in the final.

Honduras national football team

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In the Gold Cup, Jamaica finished last with zero points in a group consisting of Honduras, Mexico, and Canada.
Their only wins came against Jamaica (5–1) and El Salvador (4–1), while they lost two games to Cuba and Costa Rica.

1994 FIFA World Cup qualification (CONCACAF)

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After the Jamaicans lost to Trinidad and Tobago in the final of the 1992 Caribbean Cup, they started their campaign in preliminary rounds of qualifying for the 1994 World Cup.

1969 CONCACAF Championship

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After finishing last in the 1969 CONCACAF Championship and not qualifying for the following championship, Jamaica had to withdraw from qualifying for the 1973 CONCACAF Championship after 17 players were suspended for poor behavior during a tour to Bermuda.

Robbie Earle

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Paul Hall, Fitzroy Simpson, Deon Burton and Robbie Earle were all named in the squad due their heritage.
Robert Fitzgerald Earle MBE (born 27 January 1965) is an English-born Jamaican former international footballer who played as a midfielder.

1991 Caribbean Cup

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In 1991, Jamaica defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2–0 to win the Caribbean Cup and qualify for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
🇯🇲 jamaica (as hosts) and 🇹🇹 trinidad and tobago (as holders) qualified for the

René Simões

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After not qualifying for the final round of the 1994 Caribbean Cup despite recording its largest-ever win margin in a 12–0 win against the British Virgin Islands, the team decided to hire René Simões to assist Brown with the goal of qualifying for the 1998 World Cup.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, he guided Jamaica to the World Cup in France in 1998.

Deon Burton

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Paul Hall, Fitzroy Simpson, Deon Burton and Robbie Earle were all named in the squad due their heritage.
He represented Jamaica internationally, including at the 1998 World Cup, and was named Jamaican Sportsman of the Year in 1997.

Paul Hall (footballer)

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Paul Hall, Fitzroy Simpson, Deon Burton and Robbie Earle were all named in the squad due their heritage.
Born in Manchester, England, he represented Jamaica internationally.

Theodore Whitmore

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Theodore Whitmore scored both goals in the victory.
He is the current manager of the Jamaica national football team.

1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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In 1991, Jamaica defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2–0 to win the Caribbean Cup and qualify for the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

1993 Caribbean Cup

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In 1993, Jamaica finished in second place after losing on penalties to Martinique in the final of the Caribbean Cup, which was a qualifier for the CONCACAF Gold Cup which was held later that year.
🇯🇲 jamaica qualified as host country.

Football at the 1962 Central American and Caribbean Games

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At the 1962 Central American and Caribbean Games played in Jamaica, the national team was led by Brazilian coach Jorge Penna. Jamaica finished in fourth place, with two wins over Puerto Rico and Cuba.

1993 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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In 1993, Jamaica finished in second place after losing on penalties to Martinique in the final of the Caribbean Cup, which was a qualifier for the CONCACAF Gold Cup which was held later that year.
Costa Rica and Jamaica shared the third place.

1998 CONCACAF Gold Cup

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In 1998, Jamaica competed at the 1998 CONCACAF Gold Cup, finishing first in a group comprising World Cup champion Brazil, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Jamaica, getting ready for the 1998 World Cup, pulled the stunner of the first round.