Old Edwardians Football Club

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Full name :         Old Edwardians Football Club

Nickname(s):    The May Park Boys

Ground :   National Stadium

Freetown, Sierra Leone

Capacity:   36,000

Manager : Elvis Kargbo

Chairman : Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai

Coach : Boizy

Assistant Coach/ Player: Parisco

League:     Sierra Leone National Premier League

Old Edwardians Football Club commonly known as Old Edwards or simply Edwards is a Sierra Leonean football club based in the capital Freetown. The club is a member of the Sierra Leone National Premier League, the top football league in Sierra Leone.

Old Edwardians are one of the biggest and most popular clubs in Sierra Leone. Former Sierra Leonean international footballer Mohamed Kallon started his professional football career at Old Edwardians as a fifteen-year-old.

Old Edwardians FC is the only Premier League Club which is associated with a Secondary School, St. Edwards Secondary School. The club is set up to identify football talents in the School and help them develop. Old Edwardians do their training at the school grounds located at Kingtom, Freetown.

Honours

Sierra Leone National Premier League champions: 1

1990

Sierra Leonean FA Cup winners: 3

1984, 2001, 2005

Notable Former Players

Lamin Conteh( Junior Tumbu), Amidu Karim, Obreh Kargbo, Magnus Campbell, Jonathan Major, Balae Balae

Musa Kuwait, Tostao, Mohamed Kallon,

Current Squad

Momoh (C), Mohamed Strong, Yusuf Koboko, Pateh Bah, Christian Bangura, Thomas Asla, Abubakarr Sesay (Ozil)

Idrissa Kallon, Rashid Kargbo, Ali Bakarr, Ibrahim Fatoma, Tom Bongay, Dados, Stados, Ibrahim John Kamara

Donald Wellington, Alusine Turay (Abacha), Bai Zambo Bangura, Aliah Fofanah, Apache, Vandersa Tommy

Mohamed Kamara (P.U), Abubakarr Kamara, Abubakarr Mansaray (Robinho), Abubakarr Barrie, Mahmadu Barrie

Habibu Jalloh, Mohamed Samura (Jam body)

 

Old Edwardians are currently participating in the  Breakaway Premier League.