Portmore United F.C.
|Full name||Portmore United Football Club|
|Ground||Ferdi Neita Sports Complex
|League||Jamaican National Premier League|
The team trains and plays home matches at the Ferdi Neita Sports Complex.
The club was formed as Hazard United and has been around for more than 20 years. They started out in the Clarendon League in Division 2, then played 2 years in Division 1 when they qualified for Craven A Premier League. They have been in Premier League ever since. Hazard United were based in May Pen and won two league titles (1993 and 2003).
Move to Portmore and rebranded Portmore United
In 2003 the name was changed primarily for financial reasons and the club was moved to Portmore the same year. JFF regulations now stipulates that each club must have stands that can seat at least 1,500 persons and Clarendon did not have one. So to facilitate this requirement, the team moved to St. Catherine and now uses the Ferdi Neita Sports Complex. Both Clarendon and St. Catherine Football association agreed to the sharing of the complex initially. In 2002, the St. Catherine association suggested Hazard change their affiliation and become a St. Catherine team. In St. Catherine however the home crowd has not grown, because the team name was still associated with Clarendon… so to get a parish identity they have changed their name to Portmore United.
The club also has an Under 21 team, some of whom have represented the country
In October 2008, Portmore were stunned as technical director Donovan Duckie quit the club because of personal reasons. Duckie had only just succeeded Horace Reid in August 2008 after Portmore won the league title. The team is now being coached by Calvin Lewis, who led St Mary outfit Highgate United to Premier League promotion. After winning the 2011/2012 Premier League, manager, Calvin Lewis left the club to return to his home parish. 
- 1993, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2012
- 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Out on Loan
Notable former players
- Portmore United kick off against newcomers Cosmos - Jamaica Gleaner
- Portmore United move ahead - Jamaica Gleaner
- Duckie walks;Portmore TD quits to be closer to young son in Portland - Jamaica Observer
- Highgate coach joins Portmore outfit - Jamaica Observer
- Team profile at Golocaljamaica
- Portmore captures End-of-Round final - Jamaica Observer
- Portmore ready for more in RPL - Jamaica Gleaner