Tiko United

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Tiko United FC
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Full nameTiko United Football Club
Nickname(s)Samba Boys
GroundStade de Tiko
Tiko, Cameroon
ChairmanCharles Eteki Dikongue
ManagerKengo Njangou Kwi
LeagueSouthwest Regional League

Tiko United FC is a Cameroonian football club based in Tiko, South West Region They play in Southwest Regional League of the Cameroon Association Football.



It was founded in the early 1960s as C.D.C Tiko. During the late 70s and early 80s, its parent company, the Cameroon Development Corporation gradually relinquished sponsorship. Tea cultivation, being the main company product was eventually taken over by a citizen cooperative in Tiko. It was then renamed Tiko United.

In 2009, the club won the Elite One for the first time in its history and a place in CAF Champions League in 2010.


The club played his home matches since 2007 in the Molyko Omnisport Stadium in Buea, which has a capacity of 100. [1] Tiko played previously until 2006 in the Tiko Town Green Stadium, with 10.000 places.

Current Squad




Performance in CAF competitions

2010 – First Round
2011 – First Round


Leading board

Board chairman
President general
Vice pres general
executive president


  • Maurice Mbatchou
Director of Sports
  • Obale Charles


Head coach
  • Ernest Agbor
Assistant coach
  • Dominic Ayissi


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