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The National Premier League is the top football league in Jamaica . Twelve teams currently compete in the league, which is privately sponsored. Past sponsors have been Wray and Nephews and Cash Plus Ltd

The competition is divided into four rounds. In the first three rounds each team play each other once; after the third round (i.e. after 33 games) the top six teams will be placed in one group and the bottom six in another. The top six teams will play against each other in the fourth and final round, with the top team becoming the champion. The bottom six teams will also only play against each other and and the bottom two teams relegated at the end of the season.

The top two teams from the league qualify for the CFU Club Championship, To date, the NPL has produced three Caribbean championships by Portmore United F.C. (2005) and Harbour View F.C. (2004 & 2007).

  Portmore United Football Club Village United Football Club  
  Tivoli Gardens Football Club Sporting Central  
  Boys Town F.C. Seba United Football Club  
  Harbour View Football Club Reno Football Club  
  Waterhouse Football Club St. Georges SC  
  Arnett Gardens Football Club    

Congratulations to 2007-2008 Champions Portmore United
At the Premier League Clubs Association awards ceremony held recently at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel, national champions Portmore United walked away with a total of eleven of the 24 awards. Portmore United had the most wins, scored the most goals (56) and were named the best defensive team. Their head coach, former Reggae Boyz defender Linval Dixon, was named coach of the year and forward Roen Nelson bagged two awards with the top scorer in the league (16) and also the top scorer in the third round (10).

Portmore’s sensational and hard working Ricardo Cousins was named junior player of the season and Shawn Sawyers named goalkeeper of the year. Portmore’s central defender, Adrian Reid, was voted player of the season while Captain Anthony Modeste received an award of $30,000 for leading his team to victor and the $100,000 Tony Burrowes Award.

Other winners included Daniel Shaw of August Town, the top goalscorer in the second round, and Damion Harwood of St Georges and Oneke Ford of Sporting Central Academy both on six goals to tie for top spot in the first round.

The $2.25 million award for winning the league went to Champions Portmore United, second-place Tivoli Gardens took home $1 million, third-place Boys' Town $700,000 and went to Harbour View for fourth.

Champions Portmore United collected a whopping $2.25 million for winning the league, second-place Tivoli Gardens took home $1 million, third-place Boys' Town $700,000 and fourth, Harbour View, $500,000. Village United got the fair play award.
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2007-2008 League Standings
  Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Avg_Pts
1 Portmore Utd. 38 21 12 5 56 25 31 75 1.97
2 Tivoli Grds. 38 20 6 12 50 41 9 66 1.74
3 Boy`s Town. 38 14 16 8 38 32 6 58 1.53
4 Harbour View 38 11 18 9 42 37 5 51 1.34
5 Waterhouse 38 10 17 11 44 49 -5 47 1.24
6 Village Utd. 38 11 13 14 41 41 0 46 1.21
7 Arnett Grds 38 9 19 10 35 33 2 46 1.21
8 Sporting 38 10 15 13 43 51 -8 45 1.18
9 St. Georges 38 11 11 16 39 42 -3 44 1.16
10 Reno FC 38 9 16 13 39 51 -12 43 1.13
11 Seba Utd. 38 10 12 16 43 49 -6 42 1.11
12 August Town. 38 9 11 18 39 58 -19 38 1.00
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