2015-16
  • Premier League 6th Place
  • HVFC invited again to Scotiabank CONCACAF Under 13 Tournament in Mexico
  • HVFC invited to Cayman Classic Invitational Under 14 Tournament on June 20-26, 2016
  • Altimont Butler is honoured as part of the first 1996 team of MLS Franchise San Jose Earthquakes
  • RUSH Canada Soccer Academy and seven (7) Jamaican players with Coach Altimont Butler and Manager Clyde Jureidini participate in Dr. Pepper Dallas Cup in March 18-27th
  • RUSH Canada Soccer Academy visits and agrees to a junior team partnership
  • Brian Brown goes on loan to USL franchise, Charlotte City Independence
  • Martin Davis promoted from academy to be on loan to USL franchise Toronto FC II for 9 months
  • Kevaughn Frater goes on loan to USL franchise Real Monarchs FC
  • Jorginho James goes on loan to USL franchise Rio Grande Valley FC
  • Jorginho James selected as the only Caribbean player from the CFU draft to progress to the MLS draft
  • KSAFA Jackie Bell Knockout Quarter-finalist
  • HVFC Coaches/former players Ricardo ‘Bibi’ Gardner and Altimont ‘Freddie’ Butler are appointed as Reggae Boyz Under-20 Coaches
  • HVFC Coach/former player Fabian Taylor is appointed national Assistant Coach/player at FIFA Futsal Tournament
2014-15
  • Premier League 5th Place
  • KSAFA Under 20 Quarter-finalist
  • KSAFA Under 15 Quarter-finalist
  • Represented Jamaica in Scotiabank CONCACAF Under 13 inaugural tournament in Mexico
  • Kemar Lawrence transferred to MLS franchise New York Red Bulls, he was also voted in the Best Eleven of Copa America and Gold Cup tournaments.
  • Rennico Clarke goes on loan to USL franchise Portland Timbers 2
  • Brian Brown goes on loan to USL franchise Indy Eleven
  • Martin Davis goes on loan to Toronto FC Academy for 8 months
  • Ranique Muir ends RSPL as team’s leading scorer with a personal season best of 12 goals, including a hat-trick
  • HVFC hosts Portland Timbers, who agrees to a partnership with us, unfortunately MLS does not approve.
  • HVFC and KSAFA hosts U20 trials for European Scouts
  • Jackie Bell Knockout Semi-finalists
  • Flow Champions Cup Semi-finalists
2013-14
  • Brian Brown goes to MLS franchise, Philadelphia Union, on loan for 4 months
  • Nicholas Beckett, John-Ross Edwards and Kemar Lawrence called for 4 Reggae Boyz international friendly games against Serbia, Switzerland, Egypt, and France
  • Brian Brown, premier league’s leading goal scorer with 18 goals gets Golden Boot for the first time at professional level as well as leading scorer for rounds 1 and 3
  • 3rd Place in Premier League after losing 3-2 on aggregate in semi-finals against season champions Montego Bay United
  • U17 team champions of the KSAFA/Tastee competition
  • Senior team invited to ‘Friendship Cup’ game in Florida with Haitian team Don Bosco FC. A 2 – 2 draw had both teams sharing the cup
  • U14 team comes 2nd in their zone at Cayman Islands Invitational Youth Cup and 4th in overall tournament
  • 2014 World  Cup match ball 8 foot display starts its Jamaica exhibition at HVFC stadium, the 1st display of its kind in the Caribbean
  • HVFC celebrates 40 year anniversary on March 4, 2014
  • HVFC hosts GPS Maine Phoenix coach, Alistair Bain, for 10 day club visit
  • HVFC hosts zone 3 of Caribbean Football Union (CFU) club championships, sponsored by Supligen
  • HVFC Female players Khadija Shaw, Georgia Bailey, Asheina Nelson, Deneisha Blackwood, Lotteafa Clarke, Melissa Hamilton, Carlletia Savizon and Konya Plummer along with Coach Vin Blaine, for their recent success in being undefeated and winning Group Four of the Caribbean Football Union (C.F.U.) Under 17/20 World Cup Qualifiers held in Jamaica October 18-27, 2013.
  • Coach Harold Thomas awarded the first China Harbour Engineering Co.(CHEC) coach of the round award
  • Dicoy Williams, Nicholas Beckett, John-Ross Edwards and Kemar Lawrence called for 2 Reggae Boyz international friendly games against Barbados and St.Lucia
  • 4 FIFA agents and scouts from Italy, Europe and the USA Academy here for the the Jamaica Football Showcase
  • Jermie Lynch on six months Loan deal in El Salvador Premier League at L.A.Firpo
  • Trans World Sports (TWS) TV Crew visits Jamaica to do a documentary on Premier League Champions HVFC, broadcasted in October to over 50 countries worldwide with interviews with Coach Harold Thomas, Captain, Montrose Phinn and 16 year old prodigy, Martin Davis.
  • Four (4) HVFC Players on Loan in Antigua Premier League to Jenning Grenades FC until January 2014. They are Christopher Harvey, Jorginho James, Damion Harwood and Lamar Hodges.
  • Richard Edwards on Loan to Toronto based semi-professional club until December 2013
  • HVFC Semifinalist in FLOW Champions Cup 2013 losing 0-1 to Waterhouse FC
  • Andre Fagan returns to Vietnam on loan
  • Brian Brown gains first Senior Team call up to Reggae Boyz squad against Trinidad and Tobago lose 0-1 along with Dicoy Williams, Montrose Phinn and Kemar Lawrence.
2012-13
  • 22 year old Reggae Boyz striker, Jermie Lynch is the new signing of the six (6) months Loan contract at L.A. Firpo (Club Deportivo Luis Ángel Firpo the 90 year old 2013 Premier League Champions in El Salvador)
  • Coach Vin Blaine on your new appointment as the National Assistant Coach, to the Reggae Boyz Senior Men’s Team as it was announced by the JFF  along with the new Head Coach, German Winfried Schafer.
  • The 2013 triple champions (HVFC) under the guidance of newly elevated Head Coach, Harold Thomas
  • HVFC Female players Khadija Shaw, Georgia Bailey, Trudi Carter, Deneisha Blackwood and Imanie Richards along with Coach Vin Blaine, for their recent success in being undefeated and winning Group Four of the Caribbean Football Union (C.F.U.) Under 20 World Cup Qualifiers held in Jamaica July 21 – 28. 2013.
  • HVFC Squad meeting with Dr. Jason Scott-Hamilton, Clinical Sports Psychologist now attached to the West Indies Cricket Team, was held at the HVFC Players Lounge, as it was last year in pre-season with very lively talks.
  • Trans World Sports (TWS) TV Crew visits Jamaica to do a documentary on Premier League Champions HVFC, broadcasted in October to over 50 countries worldwide with interviews with Coach Harold Thomas, Captain, Montrose Phinn and 16 year old prodigy, Martin Davis.
  • Four (4) HVFC Players on Loan in Antigua Premier League to Jenning Grenades FC until January 2014. They are Christopher Harvey, Jorginho James, Damion Harwood and Lamar Hodges.
  • Richard Edwards on Loan to Toronto based semi-professional club until December 2013
  • HVFC Semifinalist in FLOW Champions Cup 2013 losing 0-1 to Waterhouse FC
  • Former Barclays Premier League Champions, Arsenal FC gives a multitude of authentic Shorts, Caps, Key Rings and Flash Drives gifts to HVFC FirstKick Programme through Mrs. Irene Davis, parent. HVFC shares with Fans, Season Ticket Holders, Schools, Community groups, Players, Coaches, Managers and Staff.

  • Andre Fagan returns to Vietnam on loan

2011-12
  • Former national goalkeeper and coach Donovan ‘DV’ Hayles, was officially named technical director of football at Kingston College (KC), the old boy, was chosen for the Manning Cup competition and others.
  • Richard “Shortman” Edwards scores on debut in Finland
  • HVFC on Sunday, October 21 crowned the champions of the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Under 13. At the same time the Academy Sports Club extended an invitation to the Twenty-eight member Under 13 and Under 15 squads on a five (5) day tour of the Cayman Islands, from Thursday, November 1st to Monday 5th, 2012
  • HVFC ended their five day Under 13 and 16 Cayman Islands tour on a winning note, as the KSAFA Under 13 Kingston Champions completed a unbeaten 3 game series (3-0,3-1,3-1) with a 3-1 victory over hosts the Academy Sports Club at their newly renovated complex.
  • Real Salt Lake selects Lovel Palmer in Re-Entry Draft
  • HVFC Lose 0-2 to Boys’Town FC in End of First Round Final
  • HVFC wins the Red Stripe Premier League second end-of-round final, and in a convincing fashion. Goals by Joel Senior in the 16th minute and Jermaine Hue in the 45th. Evan Taylor was voted Most Valuable Player.
  • HVFC wins Yellow Pages KSAFA Jackie Bell Knockout Championship by scoring all five (5) penalty kicks to outscore Boys’ Town’s 4, as goalkeeper, Kirk Porter missed his.
  • Congratulations HVFC on once again becoming the Premier League Champions for a fourth time since 2000, 2007, 2010 and 2013. Adding a glorious triple crown to the End of Second Round Champions as well as the KSAFA Yellow Pages Knockout titles this season.
  • Jermie Lynch is voted China Harbour’s CHEC “Starballer of the month” of April, 2013.The forward played in all four (4) RSPL matches, he scored 5 goals in those games in the month of April.
2010-11
  • Hugo Saye’s book “OF GARRISONS AND GOALSCORERS” on HVFC is published
  • Strikers Kavin Bryan and Andre Fagan continue to impress in Vietnam Premier League at Vicem Hai Phong, after winning the championship title in their first year at SongLam Nghe Am.
  • Under 21 League End of Second Round Finals go to Arnett Gardens FC defeating HVFC 2-0.
  • Stands in their honour,the southern V.I.P. Area where President, Sydney Masters was always seated and the western Stands near the main entrance, after militant supporter Jean “Skatalite” Wallace, where she always sat.
  • Captain, Richard “Shortman” Edwards departed to Guyana, to join Premier League Team, Alpha United.
  • HVFC won the inaugural Victoria Mutual (VMBS) Futsal Tournament staged by UTech in their Auditorium.
  • (HVFC) Player and now Notodden FK Academy Coach, Altimont “Freddie” Butler along with General Manager, Per Arne Hanson arrived to host a trial for Under 21 players on Thursday, May 17 at 5:30pm
  • Jermie Lynch, a last-minute decision by the coaching staff scored the winner in the 61st minute. In Jamaica’s build-up to CONCACAF World
  • Cup qualifying campaign started with a 1-0 win over Guyana in a friendly international at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.
  • SAO PAULO, Brazil — Coach Harold Thomas, attended the coaching course at the Traffic Academy has already been a huge success for Jamaican participants as well as those from other Caribbean territories.
  • Joel Senior departed the island on Tuesday, July 10 for a two weeks trial at Premier League (Tippeligaen) Sogndal IF, Norway after former HVFC and Reggae Boyz Altimont “Freddie” Butler and scouts had been tracking in his first local Premier League season.
  • Harbour View FC’s Under 17 player, Jaheel Hyde flourished as he netted a hat-trick to guide Jamaica’s Under-17 footballers to an emphatic 5-0 victory over Bermuda in the opening Group One game of their Caribbean Football Union (CFU) World Cup qualifier last night at the Waterhouse Mini Stadium. Martin Davis also played.
  • Harbour View FC are KSAFA Under 20 Champions
  • Defeating Arnett Gardens FC 1-0
  • Richard Edwards departed the island on Sunday, July 29 for a four weeks trial at Premier League Club Assyrianska, Sweden and signs in Finland, with Mikkelin Palloilijat (MP) Division 2
  • After a year out of competitive football due to injury, Reggae Boy Dicoy Williams played 45 minutes for Toronto FC against Liverpool recently in a preseason game
2009-10
  • FIFA TMS Seminar attended by Clyde Jureidini
  • FIFA Management Seminar attended by Ludlow Bernard and Clyde Jureidini
  • New updated HVFC Logo Design to reflect Championship Stars
  • British writer Hugo Saye arrives to do stories and a book on HVFC and Jamaican Football throughout the season
  • Charlotte Eagles of the USA visits for a tour and plays Friendly at HVFC on September 8th, hold Coaching Seminar for 30 Youth Development Coaches on September 10 and 11.
2008-09
  • August 14th, Errol Stevens on loan to Khimki FC in Russian Premiership.
  • August 30th, Akeem Priestley to Mugan PFC in Azerbaijan Premiership.
  • Serbian Football Scout visits and selects five (5) Under 16 players for trials in July 2010, plus Richard Edwards and Dicoy Williams from premiership
  • Premier League End of Second Round Final Champions defeating Waterhouse by 1-0.
  • Under 21 End of First Round Final Champions defeating Tivoli Gardens FC by 1-0.
  • Under 21 League End of Second Round Final Runners up defeated by Waterhouse 2-1.
  • Richard Edwards, Kavin Bryan, Romario Campbell, Andre Steele, FJohn-Ross Edwards, Dicoy Williams and Oniel Fisher invited to Senior Reggae Boyz Training Camps
  • Romario Campbell, Andre Steele, John-Ross Edwards, Carlloyd Walters,McKauly Tulloch and Oniel Fisher invited to Under 23 Reggae Boyz Training Camps
  • “First-Kick” for 4-12 years old Programme rejuvenated in December to attract 224 players
  • Richard Edwards, Kavin Bryan, Dicoy Williams and Oniel Fisher plays in Senior Reggae Boyz Friendly games in South Africa, Argentina and Trinidad
  • Digicel Premier League Champions, Under Coach Donovan “DV” Hayles
  • Under 21 JFF/PLCA League Champions, Under Coach Harold Thomas
  • Under 20 KSAFA League Champions, Under Coach Ludlow Bernard
  • Under 17 KSAFA League Champions then disqualified by KSAFA in strange ruling, Under Coach Andrew Hines
  • Under International add Lovel Palmer to Houston Dynamos in MLS, USA and Dwayne Miller to Syrianska in Sweden.
  • Dicoy Williams goes on trial to Mondalen FC, Norway.
  • Kavin Bryan invited to trials in Sweden and Vietnam
  • Mitchily Waul, Donald Stewart and Rohan Reid plays League in Antigua for Parham United
  • Jermaine Hue selected as HVFC Most Valuable Player by Digicel
  • Martin Davis, Under 13 Captain is voted MVP in Valencia FC Summer Camp to go Spain for two weeks trial in July
  • International friendly against Barracuda FC a new professional Club in Antigua, HVFC wins 1-0.
  • Coach Andrew Hines to Coaching Seminars in Trinidad and Level 1 in Jamaica
  • Senior Players Donald Stewart, Clifton Waugh and Oniel Smith goes to JFF Level 1 Coaching Course
  • Ludlow Bernard goes to JFF Level 2 Coaching course
  • Annmarie Leon goes to JFF Management Seminar
2007-08
  • Kavin Bryan on Loan to Notodden FK from March to November.
  • JFF/PLCA Under 21 champions
  • JFF/PLCA Under 21 End of Second round finals Champions defeating Sporting central Academy by 3-1 at Arnett Gardens FC.
  • 3rd historic most competitive Digicel Premier League
  • KSAFA Under 20 Champions
  • KSAFA Under 15 Champions – Sherwin –Williams Female Semifinalist
  • Brazilian Technical Director, Waldemar Lemos De Oliviera arrives in Jamaica to start initial one year agreement on July 30
  • Female Team tours Antigua to be crowned CPSTA Champions of the Caribbean Tournament
  • Shakira Duncan, wins leading goalscorer prize with eight goals
  • Female Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions for the fifth year consecutively
  • CONCACAF Champions League inaugural tournament we traveled to Mexico to play Champions PUMAS losing 0-3, as the Home Game was cancelled due to heavy rains from Hurricane Dean hitting Jamaica the day before
  • Digicel Premier League End-of-First-Round-Champions defeating Tivoli Gardens 2-1 at the National Stadium
  • Notodden FK’s General Manager, Per Arne Hansen and Kvaal Keijtl GK Coach visits Jamaica again on exploratory mission of Club Alliances
  • Fabian Taylor is Transferred in November
2006-07
  • Premier League Champions
  • Female Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions for the fourth year consecutively
  • Under 20 Team tours Atlanta with great success in July 2007
  • Pre-seasonal 4 team Caribbean Tournament in US Virgin Islands in August, placing third
  • Pre-season KSAFA Locker Room Sports President’s Cup Champion
  • CFU Club Championship Champions winning in Trinidad and Tobago in November
  • CONCACAF Cup as we were defeated by DC United in March 2008 here in Jamaica by 1-2 and then 5-0 in Washington DC
  • Fabian Taylor goes on Loan to Notodden FK in Norway,after Per Arne Hansen, General Manager visits Jamaica.
  • Christopher Harvey on Loan to Joe Public FC in Trinidad, plays in CONCACAF Champions League also progressing to the quarterfinals group stage
  • Western Union Jackie Bell Knockout Champions for a fifth time
  • Under 21 Coca-Cola/JFF Champions
  • Under 21 Coca-Cola/JFF End-of-First-Round Finalist
  • Under 15 KSAFA Champions
  • Under 13 KSAFA finalists
  • Under 20 KSAFA semifinalist
2005-06
  • Female Sherwin-Willaims League Champions
  • Female Sherwin-Willaims Knockout Champions for 3 years consecutively
  • Pre-season Tour of Toronto, Canada defeating Canadian Champions Serbian White Eagles and League participants Caribbean All-Stars, 1-0 each.
  • Wray & Nephew Premier League Champions Wray & Nephew Premier League End of First Round Champions
  • Wray & Nephew Premier League End of Second Round Finalists
  • Western Union KSAFA Jackie Bell Champions
  • Red Stripe All-Island Knockout Semifinalists
  • CFU Caribbean Club Championship Zone A Winners (Defeating Haitians 1-0, US Virgin Island’s Positive Vibes 5-0, Curacoa’s 3-0 )
  • CFU Caribbean Club Championship semifinalists (2-3 to eventual Champions, W-Connection of Trinidad)
2004-05
  • CFU Caribbean Club Champions
  • Women Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions plus Runners up in the End of First Round Finals as well as the League Finals.
  • 2004 Re-established the Harbour View Cheerleaders with Marsha Grant, Kemar, Nicole and Ossie Douglas as Choreographer.
  • Premier League End of Second Round Finalists
  • End of Round One Champions
  • Under 13 Champions / Under 13 quarterfinalists
  • Female Knockout Champions/ League Finalists
  • Second overall in NPL point standings in new League format
  • Best Defensive NPL Team Award
  • Red Stripe Knockout Cup Semi-finals
  • Donovan ”DV” Hayles – Most Outstanding Coach for a second year running
  • Donovan ”DV” Hayles – Most Outstanding Coach, September 2005
  • Donovan ”DV” Hayles – Most Outstanding Coach, October 2005
  • Donovan ”DV” Hayles – Most Outstanding Coach, November 2005
  • Donovan ”DV” Hayles – Most Outstanding Coach, December 2005
  • Lovel Palmer, Most Outstanding Player, September 2005
  • Marcelino Blackburn, Most Outstanding Player, October 2005
  • Under 21 Most Disciplined Team.
  • Women are again 2005 Sherwin-Williams Knockout Champions plus Runners up in the End of First Round Finals as well as the League Finals.
  • 2005 Premier League End of First Round Finalists

 

2003-04
  • Under 13 Champions / Under 13 quarterfinalists
  • Female Knockout Champions/ League Finalists/
  • End of Round Finalists/ League third place
  • Under 15 Champions/ U15 finalists
  • Under 17 finalists.
  • Under 20 KSAFA Champions / Under 20 Finalists. –
  • Jamaica Football Federation Under 21 End of second Round Finalist
  • U21 League Championship finalist
  • Wray & Nephew / JFF National Premier League Championship Finalists
  • End of First Round NPL Finalists
  • Second overall in NPL point standings
  • Most Attacking NPL Team Award
  • JNBS Federation Cup Semifinalist
2002-03
  • KSAFA Under 13 Champions
  • KSAFA Under 20 Champions
  • Female League 4th Place
2001-02
  • JN Federation Cup Champions,
  • Premier League – End of First Round Finalists
  • Most Attacking Team Award
  • Under 17 Finalists
  • Female League 2nd Place
  • Masters League 2nd Place
2000-01
  • KSAFA Jackie Bell Knockout Champions
  • Premier League Third Place
  • Premier League End of First Round Champions
  • Premier League End of Second Round Finalist
  • Second Place CONCACAF Caribbean CLUB CHAMPIONS
  • Winner Preliminary Round Zone 1 CONCACAF Caribbean CLUB CHAMPIONS
  • JN Federation Cup Champions
  • Under 17 Champions,
  • Female League 3rd Place
  • Masters League 3rd Place
1999-2000
  • Second Round Premier League Champions
  • Under 14 Champions
  • Premier League Champions
  • Caribbean WESTERN UNION Supercup CHAMPIONS
1998-99
  • Craven “A” Premier League Runners-up
  • Under 20 Champions
  • Under 14 Champions
  • Under 16 2nd Place
  • Under 12 2nd Place at Disney World Soccer Tournament
1997-98
  • Jamaica National Federation Cup All Island Knockout Champions
  • Under 20 Champions
1995-96
  • Jackie Bell K.O. Champions
1994-95
  • KSAFA Major League Champions
1993-94
  • JN Federation Cup Champions
  • 2nd Place Ken Mathews Under 14
  • 2nd Place Jackie Bell K.O.
  • D&G Minor League Champions
1992-93
  • 4th Place Masters League
  • Ken Mathews Under 14 Champions
  • D&G Minor League Champions
  • 3rd Place KSAFA Major League
1992
  • 3rd Place Ken Mathews.Under 14
  • 2nd Place Masters League
  • 4th Place KS AFA Major League
1990-91
  • Masters League Champions
  • 3rd Place Ken Mathews Under 14
1989-90
  • 3rd Place Ken Mathews Under 14 3rd Place Jackie Bell K.O.
1985-86
  • JFF President Cup Champions
1984-85
  • 2nd Place Premier League
  • 4th Place D&G Minor League
1983-84
  • KSAFA Major League Champions
  • 2nd Place D&G Minor League
1981-82
  • 2nd Place KSAFA Major League
1980-81
  • 2nd Place KSAFA Major League
  • 3rd Place JFF National league
1977-78
  • 3rd Place KSAFA Major League
1976-77
  • D&G Minor League Champions
  • 2nd Place JFF National League
  • 3rd Place KSAFA Major League
1975-76
  • D&G Minor League Champions
  • SDC Under 19 Champions
  • Eastern League Champions
  • KSAFA Major League Champions
1974-75
  • KSAFA OMOJO Champions
  • First Jamaican football club to build/have their own stadium
  • Officially established as a football club
1972-73
  • D&G Minor League Champions
  • 3rd Place KSAFA Major League
1971-72
  • D&G Minor League Champions