Montego Bay United were fined $275,000 by the Operations Committee of the Professional Football Association of Jamaica, for 9 separate breaches.
The Red Stripe Premier League Champions, were fined $25,000 on four separate occasions for failing to attend official functions.
The Club was also fined $100,000 for disregarding instruction on entering the field of play.
Mobay United will also have to pay $15,000 for their late arrival for the final against Portmore United on May 1.
The Club will also have to pay $20,000 for displaying an unauthorized slogan and $20,000 for failure to provide their team start list promptly.
Additionally – Mobay will have to find $20,000 to compensate for failure to have the teams changing rooms prepared on match day.
Meanwhile, the team’s mascot known as ‘Lurch’ has been suspended with immediate effect from all football related activities for threatening a match official.