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Jamaica Flag

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A Jamaican flag bisected diagonally from each corner with yellow lines. Above and below the lines, the background is colored green, and to the left and right is black.
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This Jamaican flag is perfect for any occasion, whether celebrating Jamaican Independence Day, hosting a reggae-themed party, or just wanting to show national pride. It's great for outdoor events such as picnics or parades and is a beautiful decoration for your home or office. The bright colors of the flag will catch the eye and make a statement wherever you choose to display it.

Outdoor Jamaica Flag

These flags are produced in the United States of America from 100% durable nylon and feature fray-resistant stitching as well as digital print designed to resist sun damage. Our flags are offered in multiple sizes and come with a canvas heading and brass grommets for attaching to an outdoor flagpole.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets

Indoor Jamaica Flag

Our Jamaican flags are also available in a more formal version, finished with a sleeve and three sides of gold fringe for ceremonial or personal use. These flags are best flown from one of our indoor flagpoles.


  • Made in America
  • Authentic design
  • 100% nylon
  • Extra stitching
  • Sleeve
  • Gold fringe

Note: Flags with gold fringe are not designed to endure the outdoor elements. Please use these flags inside.

History & Meaning of the Jamaica Flag

The Jamaican national flag was adopted on August 6, 1962, to celebrate Jamaican Independence Day. The government ran a competition to develop flag designs, and the Jamaican House of Representatives made the final decision. Initially, the design had horizontal stripes, but since it was too similar to the flag of Tanganyika, this was changed to the diagonal cross, or ‘saltire,’ we know today.

The colors of the flag of Jamaica have changed in meaning over time. At first, green represented the land, gold stood for the sun, and black symbolized hardships. In 1996, the Committee to Examine National Symbols and National Observances recommended that the meanings be changed: Green now depicts vegetation and hope, gold is for wealth and sunshine, and black celebrates the strength and creativity of the Jamaican people.

Other Details

Motto: "Out of Many, One People"
Capital: Kingston
Language(s): English
Currency: Jamaican Dollar
Government: Unitary Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The black is for the adversity the country has overcome and for future hardships, the green stands for home and agriculture, and the gold represents the mineral wealth and sunlight.