SIGN IN : Rising star joins former royals on copa america roster ….

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Reading FC goalkeeper Coniah Boyce-Clarke has been honored with a call-up to represent Jamaica in the upcoming Copa America tournament, a notable achievement in his promising career.

At just 21 years old, Boyce-Clarke has already made a mark on the international stage with one cap for Jamaica and has also played five matches for Reading’s first team, demonstrating his growing prowess and earning this significant opportunity.

During the 2023/24 season, Boyce-Clarke was a key player for Noel Hunt’s under-21 side in Premier League 2, participating in eight matches and showcasing his talents consistently. His involvement extended beyond youth competitions as he also made appearances in two EFL Cup games and one EFL Trophy match under Ruben Selles, further proving his versatility and capability in various competitive settings.

Boyce-Clarke’s inclusion in the Jamaica squad for the Copa America is a testament to his hard work and potential. He will be in the company of other notable players with Reading FC connections, such as former academy product Michael Hector and ex-Royal Michail Antonio. Their combined experience and skills will be invaluable as Jamaica competes on this prestigious stage.

Jamaica has been drawn into Group B for the Copa America and will face a challenging lineup of opponents, including Mexico, Ecuador, and Venezuela. The team’s campaign will kick off on Sunday, June 23, with a match against Mexico. This will be followed by a clash with Ecuador on Wednesday, June 26, and their final group stage match against Venezuela on Monday, July 1. Each of these matches presents a critical opportunity for Boyce-Clarke to gain valuable international experience and demonstrate his abilities on a larger stage.


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