Waterhouse FC profile-Unity is Strength

The Great West Football Club as it was called in 1968, when the club was first founded, remained it's name until 1979 when "Waterhouse FC" emerged from a community aching to be a part of the Jamaican landscape not only to shed negative perceptions which seeped into the community from time to time but for being a solid social contributor to the Jamaican society.

Waterhouse FC became an affiliate of both the Jamaica Football Federation and the Kingston and St. Andrew Football Association , in the late seventies.
Ever since it's inception the club has been a part of the Waterhouse and Drewsland communities, acting basically as a buffer uniting the two communities through it's activities.

This is done by providing a safe place for the youths of the communities in developing their footballing skills while providing gainful employment for some.

A number of players have donned the Waterhouse jersey and have given yeomen and distinguished service to the development of the club, players of the likes of:

Owen Ellis

Lloyd Waugh

Danny English

Stanley Perry

Christopher Ellis

and Richard Marshall

to name a few have all sewed the seeds of our existence since the 1970's.

The succession baton has been handled well by a talented pool of players who emerged from the high school system in the late eighties and nineties. These include:

Kevin Lamey

Hugh "Bingie" Blair

Irvino English

Damian Powell

Damian Williams

Boris Johnson

Rohen Lungren

and Gregory Hall

All of whom were members of the first winning team that Waterhouse Football club produced in the Premier League of 1997 and all who eventually went on to represent the Jamaica's National Football team at different intervals during their respective careers.

During the period 1979 to 1984 the club participated in the Syd Bartlett Competition and eventually gained promotion to the Major and Premier Leagues in 1984. There the club participated until they were again regulated to the lower Leagues in 1992. During this time the club was to win it's first silverware in competitive competitions.

KSAFA Major League Champions - 1990.

Waterhouse played for three years in the lower Leagues 1992 - 1995 and again gained promotion to the top flight by being crowned

KSAFA Major League Champions - 1995.

Since its promotion to the Premier League in that year Waterhouse have been a perennial top four finisher and with two Premier League Championships

Craven A National Premier League Chamipion 1997 - 1998

Wray & Nephew National Premier League Chamipion 2005 - 2006

in it's enviable history is today regarded as one of the "powerhouse" Footballing Clubs in Jamaica.