Medeama SC players, owner, stadium, trophies, world rankings

Medeama SC players, owner, stadium, trophies, world rankings

Kenneth Mwenda
updated at April 12, 2023 at 7:56 PM

What do you know about Medeama SC players who hold high ranks in the Ghanaian leagues? Medeama Sporting Club is a Ghanaian professional football club located in Tarkwa, Western Region. The club currently competes in the Ghana Premier League. Come with us as we share little known facts about Madeama's players, owner, stadium, world rankings and much more.

Medeama SC players, owner, stadium, players, trophies, world rankings
Medeama SC players. Photo: @Ghanasoccernet
Source: Twitter

Aside from the Medeama SC players, a feud occurred around eight years ago in Brazil between the owner and Sulley Muntari, forcing the latter and Kevin-Prince Boateng to leave their camp before the games. More about the beef and Medeama SC's players are discussed in this article.

Medeama SC'S profile summary

  • Full name: Medeama Sporting Club
  • Nickname(s): Mauve and Yellow
  • Founded: April 18, 2002; 19 years ago
  • Ground: TNA Park
  • Capacity: 10,000
  • Owner: Moses Armah
  • Manager: Ignatius Osei-Fosu
  • League: Ghanaian Premier League
  • Facebook: Medeama Sporting Club
  • Twitter: @MedeamaSC
  • Instagram: medeama_sc
  • Net worth: Approximately $3.7 million
  • Total market value: $2.2 million

Medeama SC players

The club has a squad size of 35 players, with one being a national team player. With their passion and great determination, most of the players will become Medeama SC's legends in days to come. As of February 2022, Medeama SC's squad include:


  • Boris Mandjui
  • John Moosie
  • Dacosta Owusu
  • Kamil Anaba


  • Vincent Atingah
  • Ibrahim Yaro
  • Ali Ouattara
  • Baba Abdulai Musah
  • Kingsley Adjei
  • Kofi Asmah
  • Benjamin Abaidoo
  • Fatawu Sulemana
  • Samuel Frimpong


  • Sule Musa
  • Jean Vital Ourega
  • Agyei Boakye
  • Michael Sefah
  • King Archerson
  • Kwasi Donsu
  • Benjamin Arthur
  • Rashid Nortey
  • Ebenezer Ackahbi
  • Godfred Abban


  • Zakaria Mumuni
  • Godfred Kwadwo Asamoah
  • Theophilus Anoba
  • Joseph Tetteh Zutah
  • Jacob Apau Asiedu
  • Darlington Gyanfosu
  • Mathew Essiam
  • Junior Alipio Ranious


  • Ahmed Touré
  • Kofi Patric Ansu
  • Akesse Akesse
  • Justice Mensah

Joseph Tetteh Zutah is Medeama SC's captain who also works as the administrative manager and vice president of the Professional Footballer Association of Ghana.

Medeama SC achievements

The trophies won by the club include:

  • FA Cup: Champions in 2013 and 2015
  • Ghana Super Cup: Champions in 2015

The club has represented Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup twice, prior to winning the FA cup.

Medeama SC stadium

Medeama SC currently plays their home matches at TNA Park located in Tarkwa, Ghana. The stadium holds 10,000 people.

Medeama SC owner

The club is owned by Ghanaian businessman Moses Armah. He is also a football administrator as well as the Mospacka Group of companies' chairman, which includes Medeama FM.

Earlier in 2014, it was reported that Moses was involved in a feud with former AC Milan midfielder Sulley Ali Muntari while at Ghana's FIFA World Cup campaign in Brazil.

Medeama SC players, owner, stadium, players, trophies, world rankings
Muntari (CL) celebrates after scoring with AC Milan's Ghanaian defender Prince Kevin Boateng a Serie A match against Atalanta on May 2, 2012 at the San Siro stadium. Photo: OLIVIER MORIN
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The altercation occurred at the team's hotel when the players and management met to settle a bonus argument after the players boycotted training.

"When it came to my turn to talk, I encouraged the players to be patient while we all waited for the finances in Brazil as the President promised," Moses Armah recalled.

He stated he had hardly completed speaking when Muntari stood up and yelled at him to shut up, to the surprise of everyone there.

"He then approached slapping me in the face. But since he was a player, I delayed to reply until he gave me another slap which infuriated me, compelling me to reply with a heavy blow straight to his face that sent the star reeling to the floor," he added.

Meanwhile, at an interview with Ghanaian radio station Happy FM in 2016, the businessman revealed he had forgiven Muntari for the incident. Due to the incident, Muntari, together with Kevin-Prince Boateng were sent home early from the Ghana camp. The then Ghana head coach James Kwesi Appiah reported the details in his book called Leaders Don't have to Yell.

Medeama SC coach

Ignatius Osei-Fosu was appointed as the club's new head coach ahead of the 2021/2022 season. Medeama SC's management also includes Umar Abdul Rabi, who, on November 2021, was appointed as the new Assistant Coach on a three-year deal. The young tactician replaced Charles Anokye Frimpong, whose appointment was terminated on mutual agreement.

Medeama SC history

Medeama SC players
Medeama SC players celebrating during a match. Photo: @PulseGhana
Source: Twitter

The club was earlier known as Kessben F.C. before it changed to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011. Kessben F.C. was started in 2002, with its home ground being Abrankese Stadium in Abrankese, Ashanti Region, also referred as Anane Boateng Stadium. Previously, the club was sponsored by Coca-Cola Ghana Ltd.

Medeama Football Club was founded in 2008 as a Division Three League club in Ghana, planning to qualify to the Ghana Premier League. The attempt failed in 2010, leading to the purchasing of the then Kessben FC the same year. The club fully completed its licensing in December 2010 and, with the effect renamed to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011.

Social media presence

Medeama SC’s Instagram account is medeama_sc where they have 7,700 followers as of February 2022. The club's Twitter account is @MedeamaSC and they have amassed 68,900 followers. There are 5,800 followers on Medeama Sporting Club's Facebook account at the time of writing.

Medeama SC's net worth

In 2020, the club had a total value estimated at $3.7 million after 35% positive changes in the financial year. Medeama's total market value is approximately $2.2 million as of February 2022.

Medeama SC table

The club is currently at number 6 in the Ghanaian premier league.

Medeama SC world ranking

Currently, the club is ranked at position 885 in the world, 95th in Africa and number 5 in Ghana.

Regardless of the club's young age, Medeama SC players have exhibited determination, in 2017, being the only club in Ghana to appear in the Top 400 of the Club World Ranking by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics. With the club's financial wellness and able leaders, the heavyweights will soon be dominating at the national and international levels.

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Kenneth Mwenda is a business and sports writer with over five years of experience. At Sportsbrief, he contributes to writing biographies and listicles.