Monday Nights return, February 20, 2017 to the National Stadium

The Red Stripe Premier League presented by the Premier League Clubs Association, (PLCA) in a new partnership with the Independence Park Limited (IPL) are trying to bring out more supporters to the Premier League games weekly and the crowds back to the National Stadium with local football on a regular basis.

RSPL #137 - Boys Town...
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Returning veteran player, Akeem Priestley, returns to his youth club HVFC to lend a helping foot 'til the end of the season. He boasts playing in 6 other countries, complemented with a couple championships. Here, 'Boogie' shares his thoughts on Jamaica's football development. Footage courtesy of Television Jamaica's 'Centre Circle'
ONEIL FISHER recuperating at the hospital but very happy to hear the team won and Damion scored.
See the winning goal by HVFC international, Damion 'Nana' Lowe.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REGGAE BOYZ, DEFEATING HONDURAS by 1-0 in Texas. Former HVFC player, Damion 'Nana' Lowe was the confirmed goalscorer in the 71st minute.

Another former HVFC player in defender, Oniel Fisher, is gone to hospital after the ball hit him in the head while in the defensive wall. Wishing him well, following up to keep you all informed but we do hope it is not serious.
#TBT circa 2004: Luton receives award from then Coach, and former HV player/Reggae Boy, Peter Cargill (R.I.P.) / The winning CFU Championship squad after lifting the prized trophy for the first time ever.

Continuing the recent theme of outstanding players from the historic first ever Jamaican Club to win the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championships in Jamaica between 2 local clubs....
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"We don't want another report of a youngster dying on a football field, so we thought, let's give them this sponsorship". A great step forward!

KSAFA and Delgado Medical strike deal
The returning HVFC veteran player, birthday boy Sean 'Matterhorn' Fraser, boasts as the 1st Jamaican to cop a golden boot in Central America. He talks about playing in other countries, and wonders why he has been 'left out in the cold' in regard to Reggae Boyz selections. Video courtesy of Television Jamaica's 'Centre Circle'.
Happy Birthday, and welcome back 'Matterhorn'!
In honour of Black History Month, we feature some original residents of the HView Community who have contributed to the establishment, growth, and strong sporting tradition associated with the eastern Kingston area.

Sydney 'Foggy' Burrowes - A reservoir of knowledge, the astute Kingston College alumni willingly shared his expansive intelligence with everyone he came in touch with from his...
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12/02/2017- Both teams came with intent which made for a very exciting game. Portmore United Football Club struck 1st, but HVFC came from behind twice courtesy of returning veteran player Sean Fraser. With each team having their share of chances, another returnee veteran, Akeem Priestley, squeezed the ball above the GK and just over the line to give us the winner. HVFC 3 - 2 Portmore Utd
An inspiring team performance allowed us to come from behind twice to eventually win. HV goals by returning veteran players Sean Fraser(2) and Akeem Priestley to beat Portmore United 3-2.
HT: An exciting game indeed, HVFC 1 - 2 Portmore United. Goals by Sean Fraser on his debut 17' (HVFC), Tremaine Stewart 14', and Cleon Pryce 23' (Portmore Utd).
Tonight's squads for HVFC vs Portmore United! Follow us on Twitter & Instagram @harbourviewfc for LIVE updates and clips. #ComeOnTheView!
Which new player do you want to see on the pitch tonight?

Join us for the final game of the 2nd round at the Compound as we host Portmore United Football Club! #ComeOnTheView!
Check out HVFC personnel profiles!

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Javain Brown, D - Born March 9, 1999, the 17 year old defender played with Kingston College in the recent Manning Cup competition with distinction. His school lifted the Walker Cup and revived the dream of taking their place amongst the trophies in senior high school contest, since 2000.

Vibrant, sharp and confident, his personality of leadership ranks him well above his modest calendar years...
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TBT 2004: One of Akeem Priestley's greatest moments is captured here in the the historic December 2004 two-way CFU Club Championship at Tivoli Gardens FC, then called Railway Oval, with Lovel Palmer (#24) overlapping in the 2nd image. HVFC defeated Tivoli by 3-2 in the first and only CFU Finals between two Jamaican clubs and hosted in Jamaica. He had scored the only goal in the first leg at...
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