Kallon Football Club commonly known as F.C. Kallon, formerly Sierra Fisheries, is a Sierra Leonean football club based in Freetown. The club is one of the top clubs in the Sierra Leone National Premier League and play their home games at the National Stadium in Freetown. The club owner, chairman and CEO is a former Sierra Leonean international footballer Mohamed Kallon. The club is coach by a former Sierra Leonean international footballer Musa Kallon, who is also the older brother of Mohamed Kallon.
History [ edit ]
The club is named after and owned by the successful Sierra Leonean footballer
Mohamed Kallon, who is renowned for playing for Internazionale and AEK Athens FC. Sierra Fisheries was acquired by Kallon in 2002 for USD 30,000. Under the designation of Sierra Fisheries, the club has won 3 national championships.
Kallon FC won the
Sierra Leonean FA Cup, and the Sierra Leone League title in 2006, and qualifying for the African Champions League.
Achievements [ edit ]
1982, 1986, 1987 (as Sierra Fisheries)
Performance in CAF competitions [ edit ]
2007 – First Round
1983: Second Round
1988: Preliminary Round
Current squad [ edit ]
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.