Medeama Football Club was established 2008 as a third division club. The club failed in its initial attempt to qualify to the Ghana Premier League in 2010, leading to the purchase of now defunct Kessben FC the same year. The licence of Medeama Sporting Club was completed in December 2010 and has since been a constant feature in the Ghanaian top-flight.
Medeama believe in the hybrid of development of talented kidsand purchase of experience players to compete at the top level in Ghana and in Africa.
Despite being relatively young in the Ghanaian top-flight, Medeama have won the famous FA Cup twice, beating local giants Asante Kotoko twice to win the title.
Based in Tarkwa, a goldmine in Ghana, Medeama have represented the West African country twice in the CAF Confederation Cup with the side impressive heavily in its first attempt.
Medeama have earned a top-four-finish on two occasions in five years and now hugely regarded as a powerhouse in Ghana football.
The success of the Club is based on the principles of co-operation, trust, humility, discipline, effort and loyalty. We have been one of the most disciplined teams in Ghana and won the Fair Play Award during the 2014/15 Ghana FA/Premier League Board gala.
The Club has over 40 registered players with their ages ranging between 17 to 26 in the senior team.