Funeral Arrangement & Candle Light Ceremony for Alvin Shaw

Jun
25

The funeral service for the late Alvin Shaw will be this Sunday June 28, 2015 at the the Meadowvale Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1 Chancery Street Kingston 19. Interment follows at the Dovecot Memorial Park

The Tivoli Gardens Football Club family invites you to join them in a candle light service this Thursday June 25, 2015 at the Edward Seaga Sports complex (ESSC)- Railway Oval to celebrate the life of the late Alvin Shaw. They are asking that each individual take a long with them a white candle.

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Congratulations University of the West Indies Mona

Jun
22

On behalf of the President, Council and Affiliates of KSAFA we extend our heartiest congratulations to our Super League Champions University of the West Indies Mona (UWI) on their successful qualification for next season's National Premier League Competition by ending the playoff with nine (9) points after a 2-2 draw with Savannah FC in Frome, Westmoreland this evening. We are particularly proud of the performance of UWI having ending the playoffs with two (2) victories and three (3) draws and displaying high quality and attractive football.

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Passing of Alvin Shaw

Jun
13

All Affiliates,

It is with great sadness that we inform you that Alvin Shaw Coach of Tivoli Gardens died suddenly this morning. Shaw took over as Head Coach of Tivoli Gardens FC two seasons ago, he was also the coach at Campion College.

On behalf of the Executive of the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association, please join in extending our deepest sympathies to the Tivoli Gardens Football Club , The Campion College family, family members of the late Alvin Shaw, friends and well wishers

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Congratulations Arnett Gardens, 2015 RSPL Champions

Jun
03

Following the scintillating 2-0 win by new Premier league Champions Arnett Gardens FC over former champions Montego Bay FC at the National Stadium last night, our President Ambassador AB Stewart Stephenson visited the club's changing room and addressed the Arnett Gardens players congratulating them on a hard fought and exciting victory to once again emerge Champions of the island's elite competition, the National Premier League.

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Seaview Gardens' sweet victory

Apr
29

Seaview Gardens captain Jason Henry (centre) holds the JN/KSAFA Major League Trophy aloft following his team’s 3-2 win over Maverley/Hughenden at the Barbican playing field on Saturday. Also on hand to present the trophy were the KSAFA president Ambassador AB Stewart Stephenson (left), Jamaica National Marketing Officer Michael Collins (third right) and KSAFA Secretary General Wayne Shaw (right).BY HURBUN WILLIAMS Observer writer

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UWI are KSAFA Super League Champions

Apr
20

The University of the West Indies (UWI) turned in a good second-half display to whip Real Mona 3-1 and capture the 2015 Jamaica National/Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) Super League title at the Barbican field yesterday.

Akeem Thenstead (17th), Andrae Bernal (55th) and substitute Mitch Wright (90th) were on target for the Marcel Gayle-coached UWI. Leonard Gooden scored for Real Mona in the 26th minute.

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Major League finalists to be decided today

Apr
19

The JN/KSAFA senior football competitions wind down with the playing of the Major League semi-finals in a double-header format at the Barbican playing field today, starting at 1:00 pm.

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President's Report

Apr
16

August 14th, 2010
Introduction

Rudolph Speid
President
Members of the KSAFA Council, Affiliates, members of the Standing Committees, all..., welcome.

The second final year of this Council’s term has now come to an end.

As you know, during the first year the Council:

1. Restatablished women’s football at the club level
2. Revamped the youth competitions for all age groups
3. Introduced electronic registration
4. Improved Public Relations; and
5. Increased Sponsorship by 218% the first year and 7% the second year

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Cavalier Soccer Club- The call of the ball

Mar
17

The Cavalier Soccer Club presently operates a football franchise under the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association (KSAFA), which is affiliated to the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF). The club presently has approximately 300 players including 20 females that participated in the 2010 KSAFA Women’s Under 17 and Open Five-a-Side Leagues

The Club was founded by the late Leighton Duncan O.D. at the Wolmer’s Boy’s School on August 1, 1962. A former Technical Director and National Coach of Jamaica, ‘Dunks’ was one the earliest individual to form a non-community club in Jamaica.

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THE HISTORY OF THE HARBOUR VIEW FOOTBALL CLUB (HVFC)

Mar
17

Rising from the bowels of the construction site vacated by the West Indies Home Contractors, used after they built the residential community in 1960 without a designated playground.

THE FORMATIVE YEARS:

Since the days when the eager citizens of Harbour View grouped together at the Harbour View Primary School classrooms to meet and greet each other.

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