San Juan Jabloteh F.C.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from San Juan Jabloteh)
Jump to: navigation, search
San Juan Jabloteh
San Juan Jabloteh.svg
Full name San Juan Jabloteh Football Club
Nickname(s) San Juan Kings
Founded 1974
Dissolved 2014
Ground Hasely Crawford Stadium
Mucurapo, Trinidad and Tobago
Ground Capacity 27,000
Chairman Jerry Hospedales
Manager Earl Carter
League TT Pro League
2010–11 TT Pro League, 6th

San Juan Jabloteh Football Club is a football club located in San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago that plays in the country's TT Pro League. The team plays its home games in Hasely Crawford Stadium in Mucurapo, Trinidad.


The club was founded in 1974, with the stated objective to "uplift the socio-economic and moral condition of the young people of San Juan and its environs." Upon the creation, by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association, of a Semi-Professional League in 1994, San Juan Jabloteh converted itself from a youth organization into a professional football club. With the backing of CL Financial in 1996, the club significantly expanded its operations. From 1997 to 1999, the team finished fourth in the Semi-Professional League in three consecutive years.

Upon the creation of Trinidad and Tobago's first professional league in 1999, San Juan Jabloteh became one of the league's founding members. Since joining, the club has been the league's most successful club, winning the league championship in 2002, 2003–04, 2007 and 2008. San Juan Jabloteh have also represented the league in the CONCACAF Champions' Cup in 2004.

According to the team's website, "Through its name of the Club identified itself with one of the national birds of the country – the Oil or Devil Bird-which lives in the Aripo Caves. Originally, the French settlers called the Bird: Les Diables Oiseaux which were translated by the local settlers into Diablotin and finally Jabloteh."[1]

In July 2012, the club chose to withdraw the senior team from the TT Pro League, having already ceased to work on youth football projects and chose to concentrate on their netball team.[2]

Notable former players[edit]

This list of former players includes those who received international caps while playing for the team, made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals while playing for the team, or who made significant contributions to the sport either before they played for the team, or after they left. It is clearly not yet complete and all inclusive, and additions and refinements will continue to be made over time.




2002, 2003–04, 2007, 2008
1998, 2005
2000, 2003
Runner-up (1): 2005
2003, 2005, 2006
Runner-up (1): 2001, 2004
Runner-up (1): 2007, 2009


Winner (1): ::2003
Runner-up (1): 2006
Third Place (1): 2009


Season League Season FA Trophy First
Citizens Cup
Pro Bowl
Lucozade Sport
Goal Shield
CFU Club
Champions League
League Result Big Six
1997 4th Started in 2004 Unknown Started in 2000 Started in 2001 Started in 2005 Started in 2009 Did not qualify
1998 4th Champions Quarter-Finals Did not qualify
1999 4th Unknown Not Held Did not qualify
2000 3rd Semi-Finals Champions Did not qualify
2001 5th Quarter-Finals Did not qualify Final Did not qualify Not Held
2002 Champions Semi-Finals Semi-Finals Quarter-Finals Did not qualify
2003–04 Champions Round of 16 Champions Champions Champions Did not qualify
2004 3rd Winners Abandoned Quarter-Finals Final Semi-Finals Quarter-Finals
2005 2nd 6th Champions Final Champions Semi-Finals Did not qualify
2006 3rd Winners Quarter-Finals Semi-Finals Champions Quarter-Finals Final Did not qualify
2007 Champions 4th Semi-Finals Third Place Quarter-Finals Final Fourth Place Did not qualify
2008 Champions Winners Quarter-Finals Fourth Place Quarter-Finals Champions Not Held Did not qualify
2009 2nd 2nd Round of 16 Semi-Finals Quarter-Finals Final Semi-Finals Third Place Did not qualify
2010 In progress Ended in 2009 Third Place Group Stage
2011 Preliminary

International Competition[edit]

Quarter-Finals v. France Aiglon du Lamentin -- 0:2
Semi-Finals v. Jamaica Arnett Gardens -- 3:1, 1:3 (San Juan Jabloteh advances 6:2 on aggregate)
Final v. Trinidad and Tobago W Connection -- 2:1, 2:1 (San Juan Jabloteh wins 4:2 on penalties)
Quarter-Finals v. United States Chicago Fire -- 5:2, 0:4 (Chicago Fire advances 6:5 on aggregate)
First Round v. Suriname Walking Bout Company -- 3:1, 0:0 (San Juan Jabloteh advances 3:1 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Jamaica Tivoli Gardens -- 1:1, 0:1 (Tivoli Gardens F.C. advances 2:1 on aggregate)
Group Stage v. Antigua and Barbuda SAP -- 4:0
Group Stage v. Aruba SV Britannia -- 8:0
Group Stage v. United States Virgin Islands New Vibes -- 5:0
Semi-Finals v. Haiti Baltimore -- 2:0
Final v. Trinidad and Tobago W Connection -- 0:1
Group Stage v. Netherlands Antilles CSD Barber -- 5:0
Group Stage v. Aruba SV Deportivo Nacional -- 5:1
Quarter-Finals v. Haiti Baltimore -- 1:0
Semi-Finals v. Jamaica Harbour View -- 0:0 (Harbour View advances 10:9 on penalties)
3rd Place v. Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders -- 0:1, 0:0 (Puerto Rico Islanders wins 1:0 on aggregate)
Second Round v. Suriname Inter Moengotapoe -- 2:1, 3:1 (San Juan Jabloteh advances 5:2 on aggregate)
Semi-Finals v. Trinidad and Tobago W Connection -- 1:2
3rd Place v. Haiti Tempête -- 2:1
Preliminary Round v. Panama San Francisco F.C. -- 0:2, 3:0 (San Juan Jabloteh advances 3:2 on aggregate)
Group Stage v. Mexico Deportivo Toluca -- 0:1, 0:3
Group Stage v. United States D.C. United -- 0:1, 1:5
Group Stage v. Honduras Marathón -- 1:3, 2:4
Second Round v. Guyana Alpha United -- 2:0
Second Round v. Puerto Rico River Plate -- 1:0
Final Round v. Trinidad and Tobago Joe Public -- 0:1
Final Round v. Puerto Rico Bayamón -- 4:1
Final Round v. Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Islanders -- 0:1
Preliminary Round v. Mexico Santos -- 0:1, 0:5 (Santos advances 6:0 on aggregate)


  1. ^ Club Overview
  2. ^ Pouchet, Mark (7 July 2012). "Jabloteh boss: An extremely sad situation". Trinidad Express. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 

External links[edit]