PWD Bamenda is a Cameroonian football club club based in the City of Bamenda, Northwest Region They currently compete in the Elite One, the highest football league in Cameroon

PWD Bamenda
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Founded1962; 60 years ago (1962)
GroundMankon Municipal Stadium, Bamenda
Capacity5,000
ChairmanPascal S. Abunde
CoachDavid Pagou
LeagueElite One
2021–22Elite One, 3th of 13 Poul B

PWD Bamenda won their maiden domestic and first Elite One title in 2020 after they were crowned champions since the season couldn't be completed due to the effects of thethey also went on to win the Cameroon cup after beating Astres of Douala (1-0) through a free kick transformed by Chem thereby setting them a place for CAF confederations Cup preliminaries.They failed to make it to the playoffs of the league COVID-19 pandemic.[1]

This club has several names among which are P-ton ton and Abakwa boys and is one of the oldest clubs in Cameroon, the flag bearer of the North West Region of Cameroon alongside YOSA their archrivals.



MAIN RIVALS:Yong Sports Academy of Bamenda "YOSA",Coton Sport of Garoua

StadiumEdit

The team's official home ground is the 2500 capacity Bamenda Municipal Stadium undergoing some renovation works since 2013.[2]Due to these works, PWD plays home games at the University Of Bamenda campus fields and YONG Sports Complexe at Mile 5 Nkwen-Bamenda.

HonoursEdit

Elite One

Cameroon Cup

  • Champions: 2021

Performance in CAF competitionsEdit

CAF Champions League

CAF Confederation Cup

  • 2004 – First round

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "PWD Bamenda clinches maiden domestic title after league's cancellation". Goal.com. Retrieved 12 May 2020.
  2. ^ "PWD Bamenda :: Tutte le statistiche :: Titoli :: Palmar's :: Vita e carriera :: Gol :: Prossime partite :: Risultati :: Notizie :: Video :: Foto :: Rosa :: calciozz.it". calciozz.it. Retrieved 12 June 2014.

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