Jamaica: Jamaica National Football Team is all set to compete against Canada team in the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifier on September 22, 2023. The match will determine the place of the winning team in the Olympic qualification.
The match will be held at Jamaica National Stadium at 7: 00 pm. The Federation has announced the squad of the team.
READ HERE: Squad of Jamaica National Team
- Drew Spence
Drew Spence is one of Jamaica’s most successful players having won 5 Super League Titles, 4 FA Cups, 2 League Cups and an FA Community Shield. Her Reggae Girlz debut came in October 2021 against Costa Rica.
- Atlanta Primus
Atlanta is the daughter of former footballer Linvoy Primus. Linvoy was part of the Portsmouth team that won the FA Cup in 2008. Atlanta scored her first goal for Jamaica before the World Cup in a 1-0 win over Morocco.
- Deneisha Blackwood
Deneisha scored from the penalty spot in the shootout in 2018 against Panama to help Jamaica qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. She was also the player of the Match as Jamaica secured their first ever World Cup point against France this summer.
- Tiffany Cameron
Tiffany is the only Reggae Girl who has played in 3 World Cups. She played at an U17 World Cup in 2008 with Canada and with Jamaica the 2019 and 2023 tournaments.
- Sashana Campbell
Sashana has played her club football in Jamaica, Iceland, Israel and Poland. She also played in college in the United States at Darton State College and the University of West Florida.
- Konya Plummer
Konya was Jamaica’s Captain at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. She was also a member of Jamaica’s history making 2023 World Cup team that advanced to the Round of 16.
10 years ag, she was also a member of the Jamaican team that finished 4th at the CONCACAF Women’s U17 Championship on home soil.
- Vyan Sampson
Sampson made her debut for the Reggae Girlz in 2021 and since then has been a staple within the unit by playing a vital role in the CONCACAF W Championship in 2022 and also the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
She also plays at the same club with another Reggae Girl in Olufolasade Adamolekun at Hearts of Midlothian W.F.C. in Scotland.
- Liya Brooks
Liya represented Jamaica at the CONCACAF Women’s U17 and U20 Championship in 2022 and the U20 Championship again in 2023. She also made a penalty save against Guatemala at the U20 Championship in 2022.
The 18 year old was also a member of Jamaica’s squad at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
- Rebecca Spencer
Spencer made her debut for Jamaica in 2021 with a clean sheet in a 1-0 victory over Nigeria. This was Jamaica’s first win over an African nation in Women’s International football.
Clean sheets are not new to Spencer as she kept 3 clean sheets as Jamaica advanced to the Round of 16 of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
This was the first time in 85 years that a Caribbean nation played in a Round of 16 game at a FIFA World Cup.
- Chantelle Swaby
Chantelle is one of 11 players who played for Jamaica at the 2019 and 2023 editions of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Club wise the 25 year old plays with FC Fleury 91 in France.
Previously she was at Rangers FC where she won the Scottish Women’s Premier League in 2022.
Allyson scored Jamaica goal in our historic 1-0 victory over Panama at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. This was Jamaica’s first ever win in the history of the Women’s World Cup.
Swaby was also the first defender to score for Jamaica at a World Cup since 2011 when Zhelano Barnes scored at the U17 World Cup in Mexico.
- Tiernny Wiltshire
Tiernny Wiltshire made her debut for the Reggae Girlz on September 30, 2019 in a 12-1 win over Cuba at the National Stadium. Wiltshire was also a member of the Jamaican team that secured 3rd at the CONCACAF Women’s Championship in 2022 and also a member of Jamaica’s history making World Cup team this summer.
Earlier this month she inked a deal with top flight French club Stade de Reims Féminines.
- Sydney Schneider
Sydney first represented Jamaica at the CONCACAF Women’s U17 Championship in Grenada in 2016 and has progressed all the way to the senior team as she made her senior debut in the 2018.
She made her World Cup debut at 19 years old in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France against Brazil and she was also a member of Jamaica’s historic 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup squad.