We consider the Hamiltonian of a system of three quantum mechanical particles (two identical fermions and boson)on the three-dimensional lattice $\Z^3$ and interacting by means of zero-range attractive potentials. We describe the location and structure of the essential spectrum of the three-particle discrete Schr\"{o}dinger operator $H_{\gamma}(K),$ $K$ being the total quasi-momentum and $\gamma>0$ the ratio of the mass of fermion and boson.
We choose for $\gamma>0$ the interaction $v(\gamma)$ in such a way the system consisting of one fermion and one boson has a zero energy resonance.
We prove for any $\gamma> 0$ the existence infinitely many eigenvalues of the operator $H_{\gamma}(0).$ We establish for the number $N(0,\gamma; z;)$ of eigenvalues lying below $z<0$ the following asymptotics $$ \lim_{z\to 0-}\frac{N(0,\gamma;z)}{\mid \log \mid z\mid \mid}={U} (\gamma) .$$ Moreover, for all nonzero values of the quasi-momentum $K \in T^3 $ we establish the finiteness of the number $ N(K,\gamma;\tau_{ess}(K))$ of eigenvalues of $H(K)$ below the bottom of the essential spectrum and we give an asymptotics for the number $N(K,\gamma;0)$ of eigenvalues below zero.