Jamaica Premier League 02/25 20:30 20 [11] Humble Lions v Waterhouse [7] L 1-5
Jamaica Premier League 02/18 20:30 19 [8] Montego Bay Utd v Humble Lions [11] L DBFA
Jamaica Premier League 02/11 20:30 18 [11] Humble Lions v Tivoli Gardens [4] L 0-2
Jamaica Premier League 02/05 22:00 17 [10] Humble Lions v Harbour View FC [11] L 2-4
Jamaica Premier League 01/28 20:30 16 [12] Molynes United FC v Humble Lions [10] L 3-2
Jamaica Premier League 01/21 20:00 15 [10] Humble Lions v Dunbeholden FC [6] D 0-0
Jamaica Premier League 01/17 20:00 14 [13] Treasure Beach FC v Humble Lions [11] W 0-1
Jamaica Premier League 01/14 20:00 15 Humble Lions v Dunbeholden FC - PPT.
Jamaica Premier League 01/10 20:30 8 [10] Humble Lions v Cavalier [4] L 1-2
Jamaica Premier League 01/07 20:00 14 Treasure Beach FC v Humble Lions - PPT.
Jamaica Premier League 01/03 20:00 13 [9] Humble Lions v Portmore United [3] L 1-4
Jamaica Premier League 12/31 20:00 12 [1] Mount Pleasant FA v Humble Lions [9] L 1-0


Matches played 31 16 15
Wins 9 4 5
Draws 8 5 3
Losses 14 7 7
Goals for 33 18 15
Goals against 45 26 19
Clean sheets 9 5 4
Failed to score 10 5 5

Wikipedia - Humble Lions F.C.

Humble Lions Football Club is a Jamaican professional football club based in May Pen, which plays in the Jamaica Premier League, the top flight of Jamaican Football.


Founded in 1974 as a team of Rastafarians, Humble Lions F.C. was promoted to the Jamaica Premier League for the first time at the end of the 2008–09 season, making their debut in Jamaica's major football top-flight.

They finished both of their first two seasons in the top tier just above the relegation zone but spent big in summer 2011 when looking for a promising start of the 2011–12 season. Humble Lions F.C. has seen notable coaches such as Lenworth Hyde, Donovan Duckie, and Vassell Reynolds. Their president is a Jamaican politician Mike Henry.

Humble Lions is a professional soccer team based in Jamaica. The team was founded in 2009 and has since become a prominent force in the Jamaican football scene. The team's name reflects their philosophy of humility and hard work, which they believe are essential to achieving success on the field.

Humble Lions play their home games at Effortville Community Centre in Clarendon, Jamaica. The team's colors are green and white, which represent the lush vegetation and purity of the Jamaican landscape. The team's logo features a lion, which symbolizes strength, courage, and leadership.

The team has a strong fan base and is known for their attacking style of play. They have a talented squad of players, including local Jamaican talent and international players from countries such as Brazil, Nigeria, and Trinidad and Tobago. The team is coached by Andrew Price, who has been with the team since its inception.

Humble Lions have had a successful run in the Jamaican National Premier League, finishing as runners-up in the 2016-2017 season. They have also competed in the Caribbean Club Championship, reaching the quarterfinals in 2017.

Overall, Humble Lions is a team that embodies the spirit of Jamaican football, with a focus on hard work, determination, and a never-say-die attitude. They are a team to watch out for in the Jamaican football scene.