The Club has always concentrated on youth football, fielding age groups from under twelve (12) to under twenty (20).
National Enterprises Limited (NEL) has assisted the Club in funding the operations of the Under 14 and Under 16 youth teams. The programme has also served to strengthen the football operations of the colleges and secondary schools which compete in the Secondary Schools Football League. There are generally about thirty (30) or more players who represent the schools and colleges in any year.
The under 14 wins the National Sunshine Snacks Tournament – the first and last such tournament.
The Club had a number of players on the National Under 16 team; seven (7) of those players whom were selected for the National team which participated in the 2006 Under 16 FIFA World Cup in South Korea. The Players were:
The 2007 Girls All Star team had six (6) players:
Tiana Bateau (defender)
Jamellah Layne (defender)
Afiyah Matthias, (midfielder)
Lyndsay Murray (midfielder)
Stephanie Woo Ling (midfielder)
Cassey Mc Kenzie (forward)
Jamellah Layne died tragically in December 2007.
The 2007 under 15 players formed the core of the National under 16 team in 2008:
The 2008 Champion of the under 16 TT Pro League Competition
The 2008 Champion of the under 18 TT Pro League Competition/li>
The under 17 and under 15 won their respective groups in Round 1, but in the final and championship round, the under 17 placed fifth and the under 15 placed second.
The under 13 team won the TT Pro League Competition, placed second in the Eddie Hart Competition, second in the knock-out competition and second in the North Zone Competition.
The Under 15 Team won the National ICN/CLICO Under 15 Youth Cup the first and last such tournament.
The Club had seven (7) players on the National under 15 team which participated in the 2007 CFU competition:
The Secondary Schools Football League selected the 2007 Boys All Star team, the 2007 Boys Reserve All Star team, the 2007 Girls All Star team and the five (5) players of the year for both boys and girls.
The five (5) players of the year for boys had three (3) players:
The five players of the year for girls had one (1) player:
The Youth Programme continues in its development work with the following results:
Under 10 - Won North Zone KO competition; Runners up in North Zone League competition
Under 12 - Runners up in North Zone KO competition; Runners up in North Zone League competition
Under 13 - Won Eddie Hart League competition
Under 14 - Won TT Pro League competition; Won North Zone League competition; Won North Zone KO competition
Under 16 - Third place in TT Pro League competition
Under 18 - Eighth place in TT Pro League competition
The Under 16 won the TTFF Under 16 National Competition the first and last such tournament.
The 2007 Boys All Star team had six (6) players:
Glenroy Samuel (goalkeeper)
Kevin Mussio (goalkeeper)
Sheldon Bateau (defender)
Elijah Manners (midfielder)
Robert Primus (midfielder)
Daniel Joseph (forward)
The 2007 Boys Reserve All Star team had four (4) players:
Randy Primus (defender)
Mekeil Williams (midfielder)
Jerrel Britto (forward)
Stephen Knox (forward)
The 2007 under 15 players formed the core of the National under 16 team in 2008.
the 2008 champion of the under 16 competition in the TT Pro League
the 2008 champion of the under 18 competition in the TT Pro League
The National Team continues to draw on former players:
San Juan Jabloteh are crowned champions of the U18/Reserves by beating Central FC on the penultimate. Goals from Shaquille Bertrand, Tristan Hodge, Dareem Daniel and Brent Sam ensure Jabloteh win the league with an unbeaten record.
San Juan Jabloteh dominates the Malta Carib Youth Pro League by winning all three (3) age divisions, Under 13, Under 15 and Under 17. They are ultimately crowned the Youth Team of the Year.
The only team with an undefeated record in the U18/Reserve League
Place 2nd in the Oasis Youth U14 Pro League Tournament.
Place 2nd in the Oasis Youth U16 Pro League Tournament.
The Young Kings of San Juan are most dominant in the Under-13 age group with an unbeaten record of 16 wins and two draws for 50 points, eight clear of runner-up Caledonia AIA with 42 points and DirecTV W Connection third on 34 points.
Jabloteh claim the Under-15 title with a 14-3-1 record.
San Juan Jabloteh crowned Under-15 Champions of the 2015 Republic Bank National Youth Football League.
Jabloteh are 2nd in the Under-11 Competition, beaten 3–2 on kicks from the penalty mark by Uprising Youths. Team also place 3rd in the Under-13.
We are crowned champions six points ahead of Japs’ North East Stars on 39 points, while W Connection end third on 32 points.
In the Under-17, Jabloteh steal the title on the final day of the season to end two points clear of favourites North East Stars, while W Connection again claiming third.
Youth Teams Training Schedule 2015
Reserve Team: Mondays from 4:00 pm @ Barataria Oval
Reserve Team: Saturdays from 8:00 am @ Barataria Oval
U13, U15 and U17 Teams: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 pm @ Aranguez Savannah
U13, U15 and U17 Teams: Saturday from 9:30 am @ Aranguez Savannah
Clinic: Saturdays from 8:30 am @ Aranguez Savannah