Boys' Town F.C.

Boys' Town Football Club is a Jamaican football club based in Kingston, which currently plays in the Jamaica National Premier League.

Boys' Town F.C.
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Full nameBoys' Town Football Club
Nickname(s)The Red Brigade
GroundCollie Smith Drive Sporting Complex
Kingston, Jamaica
ChairmanDr. Winston Davidson
ManagerAndrew Price
LeagueKSAFA Super League

The team is based in Kingston, Jamaica, with their home ground at the Collie Smith Drive Sporting Complex, which can hold up to 2,000 spectators.

It is said that Bob Marley was a fan of this club.


Boys' Town was founded as a Christian project in 1940 by Reverend Father Hugh Sherlock for the young people in Kingston's Trench Town community.[1] They have won the national league title on three occasions, the most recent in 1988.[2]

Previous club crest

Recent seasonsEdit

After finishing runners-up to Tivoli Gardens in the 2010–11 season, they started the 2011–12 season on a low after fielding an ineligible player (Marvin Morgan, Jr.) in their first two matches and were deducted one point.[3]


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