Jamaica Premier League 12/10 20:30 9 [9] Dunbeholden FC v Tivoli Gardens [3] D 2-2
Jamaica Premier League 12/05 00:30 8 [6] Tivoli Gardens v Treasure Beach FC [11] W 3-2
Jamaica Premier League 11/28 00:30 7 [4] Portmore United v Tivoli Gardens [6] D 0-0
Jamaica Premier League 11/23 20:00 6 [4] Tivoli Gardens v Mount Pleasant FA [1] L 0-1
Jamaica Premier League 11/20 22:00 5 [4] Tivoli Gardens v Humble Lions [7] W 4-1
Jamaica Premier League 11/16 20:00 2 [9] Cavalier v Tivoli Gardens [3] - PPT.
Jamaica Premier League 11/12 23:00 4 [3] Arnett Gardens v Tivoli Gardens [7] W 1-3
Jamaica Premier League 11/06 22:00 3 [6] Tivoli Gardens v Vere United [9] L 1-2
Jamaica Premier League 10/22 20:00 1 Tivoli Gardens v Waterhouse W 3-0
Jamaica Premier League 05/07 20:15 26 [1] Arnett Gardens v Tivoli Gardens [11] L 4-1
Jamaica Premier League 04/30 20:00 25 [11] Tivoli Gardens v Montego Bay Utd [10] W 5-2
Jamaica Premier League 04/23 19:00 24 [9] Molynes United FC v Tivoli Gardens [11] L 4-3


Matches played 30 16 14
Wins 8 5 3
Draws 7 4 3
Losses 15 7 8
Goals for 38 21 17
Goals against 45 18 27
Clean sheets 7 4 3
Failed to score 12 7 5

Wikipedia - Tivoli Gardens F.C.

Tivoli Gardens Football Club is a Jamaican football club, based in Kingston. The club's senior team competes in the Jamaica Premier League. The club has won the Jamaica Premier League title 5 times and the JFF Champions Cup 3 times. Their home stadium is the Railway oval.


Founded in 1970, Tivoli Gardens Football Club was previously headed by former Prime Minister the late Rt Hon Edward Seaga, who served as Member of Parliament for forty years. Five-times national champions, they won their first Premier League title in 1983.

The club operates on lands previously home to the Jamaica Railway Corporation. The grounds are laid and the sight of old railcars. A number of major companies post their billboards on the complex which provides valuable cash to meet operational and development needs.

Recent seasons

The club won the National Premier League championship in 2003–04 and was runner up in 2004–05. They also won the Red Stripe Cup 2006, by overturning the fortunes of Portmore United, who led up to the 70th minute of play. They also won the 2008–09 Digicel Premier League on the final match day.

The senior coaches for the last years have been Glendon "Admiral" Bailey, who is well known in entertainment circles, and Calvert Fitzgerald, formerly of NPL rivals Waterhouse and Rivoli United who had been replaced by Desmond Francis for the 2007–08 season.

Tivoli Gardens is a professional soccer team based in Kingston, Jamaica. The team was founded in 1970 and has since become one of the most successful teams in the country. Tivoli Gardens plays in the Jamaican National Premier League and has won the league title six times, most recently in 2011.

The team's home stadium is the Edward Seaga Sports Complex, which has a capacity of 5,000 spectators. Tivoli Gardens is known for its passionate fan base, who are known as the "Gardens Massive". The team's colors are green and white, which represent the lush gardens of Jamaica.

Tivoli Gardens is known for its attacking style of play, with a focus on quick passing and movement. The team has produced several talented players over the years, including Jermaine Johnson, who went on to play for the Jamaican national team and Sheffield Wednesday in England.

Off the field, Tivoli Gardens is involved in several community initiatives, including youth soccer programs and charity events. The team is also known for its support of local businesses and organizations.

Overall, Tivoli Gardens is a respected and successful soccer team in Jamaica, with a strong fan base and a commitment to community involvement.