|OFFICIAL NAME||Portmore United Football Club (Jamaica)|
|FOUNDED||1982 as Hazard United (renamed Portmore United FC in 2002)|
|HEAD COACH||Shavar Thomas|
|QUALIFICATION METHOD||2018 Caribbean Club Championship 3rd Place|
|BEST FINISH||Round of 16 (Lost penalty shoot-out)|
|PREVIOUS APPEARANCES||Round of 16 (Lost penalty shoot-out)|
|GOALS FOR||1 (4 on penalty shoot-out)|
|GOALS AGAINST||1 (5 on penalty shoot-out)|
Portmore United will play in its second SCL after defeating Trinidad and Tobago side Central FC 2-1 in the third-place match of the 2018 Caribbean Club Championship.
For Portmore United, the SCL is familiar territory. Just like in 2018, the club qualified for the first ever SCL in 2017 with a third-place finish in the 2017 CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship.
Drawn with Panamanian side Plaza Amador, Portmore United fought valiantly but were eliminated 5-4 in penalties are a 1-1 draw on aggregate in the Round of 16. Record in SCL 2017 G-2 W-1 D-1 GF-1GA-1.
Portmore United featured in the CONCACAF Champions Cup, appearing in the 2006 edition when they were eliminated 7-3 by Club America of Mexico in the quarterfinals.
Now with another shot at CONCACAF competition in the 2018 SCL, Portmore United will be aiming to make a name for themselves and for Jamaican football.
Jovan East and Jeremie Lynch were the top scorers of the team in the SCL with three goals.
Jeremie Lynch scored a goal in the match for the 3rd place against Central (TYT).
Head Coach: Shavar Thomas since July 2017. He achieved the 2017/18 Premier League Championship.
Portmore United is the current Premier League Champion 2017/18 after defeating Waterhouse on penalties kicks in the Final after a 0-0 draw (4-3).
Finished in the 1st place in the Regular Season of the Jamaican Premier League 2017/18.
Jovan East was the top scorer for Portmore United in the Jamaican Premier League 2017/18 (14 goals in 31 games).