Yong Sports Academy
|Full name||Yong Sports Academy|
|Ground||Bamenda Municipal Stadium|
|2016 Elite One||2nd|
|Website||Club home page|
Yong Sports Academy was founded in 2004 by Yong Francis, a former football referee. At that time, it was the only first division team in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. YOSA initially struggled to qualify for Inter-polls, the playoff for qualification for the First Division Championship - mostly against established teams.
In 2013, the team won Cameroon's National Football Cup.
The Bamenda Municipal Stadium YOSA has two professional pitches in the Academy situated in the outskirts of Nkwen Bamenda. To accommodate its growing fan base, YOSA plays its matches at the city stadium despite its poor state. This is because the club's fans are mostly based in the city center.
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