Olympique de Yaoundé Academy

Affiliated since 2010 with the

Fédération Camerounaise de Football

Nr: 051/FCF/PCN/SG/DTN/2018

The club warrants the information presented to be correct
at the date of posting on June 1, 2020


BP 16376


+237 694 616-899


Youth Academy for boys and young adults

Olympique de Yaoundé Football Club (OYFC) is a football academy and club founded in 2010 by its president Élie Abah Mballa, in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon. OYFC currently plays in the Departmental Division, Group C.

Since its founding, Olympique de Yaoundé has seen more than five hundred youths pass through its training teams, which range from under 15 to 20 years of age.

This season (2019-2020) the Academy is training 22 players in the Under 15s, 18 players in the Under 17s and 25 players in the Under 20 teams.

In 2012, just two years after its founding, Olympique U17s won the Théophile Abega Youth Tournament, a tournament held in the name of Cameroon’s great midfielder, nicknamed ‘the Doctor’, captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon and Golden Ball of Africa winner in 1984.

One of the Academy’s students, 24 year old André Frank Zambo Anguissa, has become an incredibly successful player,  a defensive midfielder now on loan from Fulham FC to Villareal CF, and with a current market value of €20 million.


Champions U17 Théophile Abega Youth Tournament


U15 currently playing Mfoundi Championship


U17 currently playing Mfoundi Championship


U20 Players

These players also play in OYFC Club Team A

Zambo Coeur d'un Lion