Mount Cameroon Football Club is a Cameroonian football club based in Buéa.[1] The club was founded in 1997[2] by Hon. Calvin Foinding.[3] They have competed for more than 12 years in the Cameroon Première Division (Elite One). Their home stadium is the 3,200 seat[4] Molyko Omnisport Stadium but Mount Cameroon FC also plays its home matches on its own academy "Stade d'Honneur" field.

Mount Cameroon F.C.
Full nameMount Cameroon Football Club Buea
Nickname(s)Lava Boys
Short nameMCFC
GroundMolyko Omnisport Stadium - Mount Cameroon Stadium
Buéa, Cameroon
OwnerCalvin Foinding
ChairmanCalvin Foinding
League2nd Division - South-West Regional League

Mount Cameroon FC took football in the region to the pinnacle in 2002 when they became the first club in the region and second West of the Mungo to lift the Cup of Cameroon.

Notable players edit

Mount Cameroon FC have served as a springboard for several youth players who have gone on to have successful professional careers. Notable players who started their careers at MCFC include Eyong Enoh, Charley Roussel Fomen, Valentine Atem, Donald Djousse and Elvis Mokake.

Management and coaching edit

Club officials edit

  • President: Hon. Calvin Foinding
  • Vice-president: Chrysanthus Kongnso
  • Secretary General: Cedric Foinding

Coaching edit

  • Head Coach: Ache Ebenezer Edong
  • Assistant Coach: Pascal Moumi
  • Assistant Coach: Mutia Jonathan Batambuh

Honours edit


Performance in CAF competitions edit

References edit

  1. ^ "Mount Cameroon FC Has Coaching Problems - President". Up Station Mountain Club. Retrieved 2021-08-12.
  2. ^ "Mount Cameroon FC de Buéa - Soccer - Team Profile - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics - Global Sports Archive". Retrieved 2021-08-12.
  3. ^ "Sebastian Nzana: 'We received salaries through banks in 2001'-Mt. Cameroon FC's tale from professionalism to n". KICK442. 2020-06-07. Retrieved 2021-08-12.
  4. ^ "Molyko Omnisport Stadium Gets 3,200 Seats – Cameroon Postline". Archived from the original on 2021-07-03. Retrieved 2021-08-12.