Kamboi Eagles

The Kamboi Eagles of Kenema commonly known as Kamboi Eagles, is a Sierra Leonean football club based in Kenema, Sierra Leone, currently a member of the Sierra Leone National Premier League, the highest division of football league in Sierra Leone. The Eagles have an intense rivalry with the Diamond Stars of Kono and district rival Gem Stars. The Eagles play their home games at Kenema Town Field in Kenema and have twice won the Sierra Leonean FA Cup, in 1981 and 1985. Sierra Leonean international footballer Paul Kpaka started his career with Kamboi Eagles before moving to Europe. Achievements[edit] Sierra Leonean FA Cup: 2 1981, 1985 Performance in CAF competitions[edit] CAF Cup: 1 appearance 1993 - withdrew in First Round CAF Cup Winners' Cup: 2 appearances 1982 - First Round 1986 - disqualified in First Round Notable players[edit] Sierra Leone Paul Kpaka

Premier Table Position: 
10
Competition(s): 
Premier League