Last updated : Tuesday, 28 November 2023
The Island Cup is an amateur football league that is played on the islands of Bermuda, Grand Cayman, and the Bahamas. The league was founded in 1980 and is currently made up of 12 teams.
The Island Cup is played over a two-month period in the spring. The top two teams in the regular season advance to the championship match.
The Island Cup is a popular event in the Caribbean and attracts a number of talented players from the region. The league has produced a number of professional players, including current MLS players Kyle Beckerman and Keon Daniel.
The Island Cup was founded in 1980 by a group of football enthusiasts from the three islands. The inaugural season featured six teams: two from Bermuda, two from Grand Cayman, and two from the Bahamas.
The Island Cup has grown steadily in popularity over the years and now features 12 teams. The league has also expanded to include teams from other Caribbean islands, such as Turks and Caicos and St. Lucia.
- North Village Rangers (Bermuda)
- South Side United (Bermuda)
- Danish Raiders (Bermuda)
- Elite Sports (Grand Cayman)
- Flamingoes (Grand Cayman)
- Raiders (Grand Cayman)
- Champions (Bahamas)
- Conquerors (Bahamas)
- Dominican (Bahamas)
- Rebels (Bahamas)