Known as the 'Reggae Boyz', Jamaica wear yellow home shirts with green and black trim with black shorts and yellow socks. The nation is usually one of the top ranked CONCACAF sides and they have won the Caribbean Cup on several occasions and their kits have been supplied by several kit suppliers including Kappa and Uhlsport.
Jamaica play their home games in green shirts with yellow sleeves, yellow shorts and socks. The green shirts adorned the world stage in the 1998 world cup and were also worn when Jamaica won the Caribbean Cup three times, in 1991, 1998 and 2005.
Signing an new kit deal with Romai Sports at the start of the year, Jamaica have launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 international season [...]
CONCACAF nation Jamaica have officially put pen to paper to sign a new kit deal with UAE supplier Romai Sportswear. The new deal with Romai Sportswear is set to commence from the 1st of January 2015 which means they will don a Romai Sportswear kit at the upcoming 2015 Copa America this year [...]
after signing a new deal with sports manufacturer Kappa, Jamaica have now revealed their new Home and Away kits that they will be wearing for their world cup qualifying campaign this year. The home shirt is Jamaicas colour of Yellow [...]
The Jamaican national football team nicknamed the Reggae Boyz played their first international match against Haiti, in Haiti, on March 9th 1925 losing 2-1.
Luton Shelton is the nations highest goal scorer and Ian Goodison holds the record for the highest number of caps with 120 and they play their home games at Independence Park.