For twenty (20) years, 1974–1994 the Club organised its football within an amateur structure and this was consistent with the operational framework of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).
Progressive Youth Movement Football League (PYMFL): The senior and junior teams participated in the Progressive Youth Movement Football League (PYMFL) which was an affiliate of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association (TTFA).
The team placed second in the PYMFL Second Division Competition and was promoted to the first division in 1975.
The Team placed second in PYMFL First Division Competition in 1975.
East Zone (E-Zone) and the Eastern Football Association(EFA): The restructuring of football organization in 1976 saw the dissolution of affiliate leagues including the PYMFL and the creation of geographic zones under the central authority of the TTFA. San Juan Jabloteh Sports Club became a member of the East Zone where the Club participated in the senior and junior competitions. The Club placed third in the Third Division (E-Zone) of the National Soccer League now organized by T&T Football Association (TTFA).
The Club came first in the Third Division (E-Zone) of the National Soccer League organised by the T&T Football Association winning its First Major Trophy. It won the Champion of Champions in 1977 winning its Second Major Trophy and promotion to the Second Division of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Association.
The Club played in the Second Division of the National Soccer League organised by the T&T Football Association.
The TTFA re-organised Football. Geographic zones were formed. The Club becomes a member of the Eastern Football Association (EFA) where it plays in the competitions organized by the EFA.
In the early 1990’s it was becoming quite clear that the aspirations of the people of Trinidad and Tobago to participate at the highest level in football – The World Cup Competition – could not be achieved without a fully professional football league. Many of the local players were already winning professional contracts in the major leagues of Europe and North America.
The Club initiates programmes to revive its image, role and competitiveness. The Club placed second in the Second Division Competition of the E-Zone and was promoted to the First Division in 1994.
The Club played in the First Division of the Eastern Football Association.