Jamaica football team is the selection of Jamaican football players representing the country during international competitions under the auspices of the Jamaica Football Federation. His players are nicknamed the Reggae Boyz. The national team disputes the first meeting of its history on March 22, 1925 against Haiti, match won on the score of two goals to one. Following the independence of the country in 1962, Jamaican selection disputes its first qualifications at a final phase of World Cup in 1966. It wins its first trophy in 1991 at the Caribbean Cup of Nations. She has six victories in this competition, the last in 2014. In Gold Cup, the Continental Championship, the selection obtains its best results in 2015 and 2017 by climbing in the final of the competition twice in a row. In the World Cup, Jamaica qualified as a single opportunity for a final tournament in 1998, becoming the third Caribbean nation to reach this level. Jamaicans have been competing since 1962 their home meetings at Independence Park, 35,000 places in the capital, Kingston. The Reggae Boyz finished the year 2020 at the 47th world rank according to the FIFA ranking and 3rd rank of Concacaf.
As the Technical Committee of the IFAB recommended on Wednesday, the organizers of various competitions will decide in the future whether they allow up to five issues. The new regulation should apply without time limit. So that the play flow is not too disturbed by numerous changes too much, the current format with three possible change-time points - plus the half-time break remains. Originally, the control changes introduced in May 2020 due to the Corona Pandemic should end in Qatar after the World Cup 2022. However, the opportunity to switch more often, greeted by players and coaches almost without exception. The calls after a permanent rule, after which can be changed five times, were louder - and ultimately obviously. Only a few leagues like the English Premier League stopped at the old rule with three change also in the Corona Pandemic.