Sierra Leone Football Association

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Sierra Leone Football Association
Sierra Leone Football Association logo 2018.jpg
Founded 1923[1]
FIFA affiliation 1960
CAF affiliation 1967[2]
President Isha Johansen

The Sierra Leone Football Association is the governing body of football in Sierra Leone.[3] It was founded in 1960 (current association) , and affiliated to FIFA the same year. It organizes and runs the national leagues, including the Sierra Leone National Premier League, Sierra Leonean FA Cup, and the national football teams, including the under-17, under-20, under-23, and the senior national team. The Sierra Leone Football Association is formed of elected executive committee members, led by a president, who is currently Isha Johansen, who was elected in August 2013.

Executive committee members

  • Isha Johansen, president
  • Brima Mazola Kamara, vice president
  • Mohamed Alie Kargbo, vice president
  • Alhaji Nasiru-Deen, executive member
  • Alie Badara Tarawallie, executive member


  1. ^ CAF and FIFA, 50 years of African football - the DVD, 2009
  2. ^ The Standard. 11 January 1968.
  3. ^ "Rival coaches are appointed for Sierra Leone's U20 side". BBC UK. Retrieved 31 May 2014.

External links

  • Official site
  • Sierra Leone at the FIFA website
  • Sierra Leone at CAF Online

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