|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|12/03 18:00||8||Molynes United FC vs Lime Hall||View|
|12/03 20:00||8||Montego Bay Utd vs Portmore United||View|
|12/03 20:15||8||Mount Pleasant FA vs Waterhouse||View|
|12/04 22:00||8||Arnett Gardens vs Vere United||View|
|12/05 00:30||8||Tivoli Gardens vs Treasure Beach FC||View|
|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|11/28 00:30||7|| Portmore United vs Tivoli Gardens ||0-0|
|11/27 22:00||7|| Waterhouse vs Humble Lions ||0-1|
|11/27 22:00||7||Treasure Beach FC vs Harbour View FC||PPT.|
|11/27 20:00||7||Cavalier vs Arnett Gardens||PPT.|
|11/27 20:00||7|| Montego Bay Utd vs Mount Pleasant FA ||1-2|
|11/26 23:00||7|| Dunbeholden FC vs Molynes United FC ||2-1|
|11/26 20:30||7|| Lime Hall vs Vere United ||1-4|
|11/24 00:30||6|| Arnett Gardens vs Waterhouse ||1-0|
|11/23 22:00||6|| Molynes United FC vs Treasure Beach FC ||1-2|
|11/23 20:00||6|| Vere United vs Cavalier ||1-3|
|11/23 20:00||6|| Tivoli Gardens vs Mount Pleasant FA ||0-1|
|11/23 20:00||6|| Humble Lions vs Montego Bay Utd ||3-2|
The Jamaica Premier League, commonly abbreviated as JPL, officially known as the Wray and Newphew Jamaica Premier League for sponsorship reasons, is sanctioned by the Jamaican Football Federation as the top division for men's association football in Jamaica. Contested between 14 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation with Jamaica National Tier II where the two lowest placed teams are relegated to the second division. Most games are played on Sunday afternoons and Monday evenings (commercialized as “Monday Night Football”).
The Jamaica Premier League was formed in 1973 to serve as the top tier of Jamaican professional club football. The league's inaugural season kicked off on September 22, 1973 as the Craven A National League, and finished with Santos F.C. as the first title winners. 14 different clubs have been crowned champions of Jamaica, with Portmore United F.C. being the most successful team with 7 national titles.
To date, the league has produced two Caribbean Club Champions, each with two titles; Portmore United F.C. (2005, 2019) and Harbour View F.C. (2004, 2007). No team from the league has made it past the first round of the CONCACAF Champions Cup. The league has been more successful in the discontinued CONCACAF League competition with both Portmore United F.C. (2018) and Waterhouse F.C. (2019) making it to the quarterfinals.
The 2019–20 season was ruled null and void on March 12, 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Professional Football Jamaica Limited (PFJL) began managing the Jamaica Premier League in 2020, with its focus being the commercialization and marketing of professional football in the country.
In May 2021, the Jamaican Football Federation announced that the Jamaica Premier League would resume, playing a shortened season between June and September, competed by the 12 teams from the previous season. In June 2021, UWI F.C. announced it would withdraw ahead of the 2021 season due to the modified schedule conflicting with other player commitments; leaving 11 teams in the competition. Montego Bay United was promoted to the league at the start of the 2022 season, restoring the league to 12 teams. The league has been expanded to 14 teams since the 2022–23 season.
In 2022 the Jamaica Premier League entered an agreement with Admiral Sportswear to supply kits to the league.
The Wray and Nephew Group replaced Digicel as title sponsor of the Jamaican Premier League prior to the start of the 2023–24 season, making a return after 16 years. Wray and Nephew last sponsored the league in 2002, and in 2006, the contract was extended until 2012. However, it ended abruptly in 2007 after they released the Jamaica Football Federation from its contract without penalty.