NO NAMES OFCLUBS DAYS OF MATCH PLAYED
DAY 1 TOTAL POINTS SCORED
DAYS OF MATCH PLAYED
DAY 2 TOTAL POINTS SCORED SUM TOTAL
DAY1 & DAY2
+7MODEL MATCH SCORES +7 MODEL MATCH SCORES
1 Brescia FC 7 3 10 7 3 10 20
2 Arsenal FC 7 3 10 5 1 6 16
3 St Peter FC 7 0 7 5 1 6 13
4 Wumjeck FC 2 0 2 7 0 7 9
HIGHEST GOAL SCORER
N0 NAME OF CLUBS PLAYERS NAMES NUMBER OF GOALS
1 Brescia F C Kema Jannet 5 Goals
2 Arsenal F C Arrey Nadesh 1 Goal
3 Wumjeck F C Epinge Dorothy 1Goal
The cameroonfdp runs a youth leadership initiative that provides youth players with opportunities to further their leadership skills and to use those leadership skills which are the most important aspect of Cameroonfdp sports centric programs it’s the way we hope to create stronger youth leaders for a sustainable period of time.
The super cup in Bamenda influenced most of the youths positively especially as most of them are involve in social service projects during holidays. The finalist of the super cup tournament were involve in several clean ups during the weekend especially in their pitch at the Cameroon College of Commerce where they trained and run Cameroonfdp session, Which was very rough and filled with refuge and blocked drainages.
More so they plant grasses round the field to avoid trespass of persons which created a footpath around the field , so they took upon the challenge to put up a sign board stopping the trespass of people so that it look beautiful as a normal pitch.
Young girls have a lot more choices these days; an opportunity to feel better about themselves, Cameroonfdp is providing this forum to young girls in kumba through football. Second phase of the girl’s enrichment league was played on Thursday the 20th of August 2015 with four teams and the results were as follows Brescia FC 10 Wumjeck FC 07, St Peter 07 Arsenal 10.
The theme of the day was hard work and both teams exercised the importance of hard work via motivational statements, followed by Referee questions. Sport lovers from the delegate of sport and physical education alongside with FECAFOOT Delegates were present at the field to encourage these girls with a passion for the beautiful game of football. Madam Mwengela Catherine Regional Delegate of female football south west Region was present to cheer the girls and was Surprised at what the Organization is doing especially in the domain of gender equity, and when the girls came out to read motivational statements she exclaimed ‘’ an enrichment league indeed’’ Kudos to Cameroonfdp for such an initiative
The next match will be played on the Tuesday the 25th of August 2015 follow, like and check CameroonFDP for more updates
An old set of soccer uniforms from Avonworth High School school is gaining a new life this weekend with a girls soccer team thousands of miles away. Thanks to the generous and diligent efforts of Avonworth High School senior soccer players, Lauren Robinet and Alex Kirsch, their team’s old soccer balls, equipment bags, jerseys, and warm ups are now symbols of hope and encouragement to many female players and coaches in Cameroon, Africa, who are using the game of soccer as a tool for community development.
In addition to collecting and shipping equipment, the girl’s put on their entrepreneurial hats, designing t-shirts with the an image of the African nation’s iconic Indomitable Lion and the phrase “Kick Start Cameroon” and raised $500 to support girls’ soccer programs with CameroonFDP. Their efforts paid off. Yesterday, four teams took to the field in Kumba, Southwest Region, in a showcase tournament to begin selection of a team to represent the city in the upcoming regional tournament hosted by the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, prompted by the recent success of the women’s national team at the World Cup in Canada this summer.
This equipment was collected as part of their senior projects – which they started back during their junior year – and shipped in early 2015 with many more donations from groups like Duquesne University women’s’ soccer team, Pittsburgh Riverhounds, and PA West Soccer Association, and Pittsburgh Dynamo Soccer. Another equipment collection drive will kick off in the coming weeks.
Since 2010, CameroonFDP has worked with thousands of youth in Cameroon, with a mission to improve the lives of youth using an innovative approach to sport for development. In 2015, CameroonFDP was awarded a grant from FIFA Football for Hope to support their work.
Bamenda Super Cup: Media Coverage By The Times Journal And Eden News Paper Captured: CFDP to turn hopeless youths to community leaders.
This weekend proved to be one of many firsts. For some of the youth who played on Friday, it was their first time leaving their village; their first time staying in a hotel (3 star hotel, for that matter). For coaches, it was the first time experiencing a tournament in another city and a reward for their hard work over the past year. For us, it was the first time hosting a first-class regional competition with global support.
After the whistle blew for the final time, and the awards were presented, we continued to invest in our youth. Thanks to our brilliant partners, Eddy Hope Foundation, the leadership workshop was an inspiration to both coaches and players.
To round out the event, youth shouted “We are leaders! We are role models! We can change our community!”
Before heading home early Saturday morning, coaches expressed their sincere gratitude and promised to meet the August 31st goalpost for their team’s community service projects. We look forward to sharing more with you.
Thanks to generous donations of 90+ supporters, we are within 18% of our goal of raising $10,000. Many of you have already contributed. But if you haven’t, now is your chance!! We have two days remaining – the campaign ends Monday night.
Please take a moment to give something. And together we will continue to change the lives of these youth in
(All matches played at Baptist Primary School Nkwen)
GROUP A GROUP B
Brescia FC Shalom FC
Formation Heskey Spantan FC
Bastions Liverpool FC
Educational Theme: Leadership
Friday 7/08/2015 8;00am 8:30am Brescia Vs Formation Hesky Baptist Primary School Field
Friday 7/08/2015 8:30am 8:30am Shalom Vs Liverpool Baptist Primary School Field
Friday 7/08/2015 8:30am 9:50am Bastions Vs Formation Hesky Baptist Primary School Field
Educational Theme: Leadership
Friday 7/08/2015 8:30am
9:50am Spartan Vs Liverpool Baptist Primary School Field
Friday 7/08/2015 9:50am 10:30am Brescia Vs Bastions Baptist Primary School Field
Friday 7/08/2015 9:50am 10:30am Shalom Vs Spartan Baptist Primary School Field
Educational Theme: Community Service
Semi – Final
1 Group A Vs 2 Group B Baptist Primary School Field
2 Group A Vs 1 Group B Baptist Primary School Field
Educational Theme: Role Model
Winner A Vs Winner B Baptist Primary School Field
6:00 Pre survey administration
6:30-7:00 a.m. Breakfast
7:00-7:30 Departure and arrival at play ground
7:30-8:00 a.m. Preparation of play ground (field set up)
8:00-8:30 a.m. Warm Session: Circle of Friends & Mingle Mingle
8:30-9:10 Match kick off
9:10-9:50 Match 2
9:50-10:30 Match 3
10:30-11:10 Group Activity: Do as I do
11:10-11:30 Semi Finals
11:30-12:00 Formal Announcement
Welcome word:Ghejung Awunti US BOARD Member
Welcome word:Diony Collins Director of Operation
Welcome word:Peter Ngwane Founder and Chief Operations Officer
Welcome word:Forzano Justin Founder and Chief Executive officer
Introduction:Mgt. Team Staff members at Kumba Operation Office
12:00 Finals match kick off
12:45 p.m. Trophy Presentation
1:00 p.m. Close of Ceremony
2:00 p.m. Lunch
3:00 p.m. Rest
4:00-7:00 p.m. Leadership Workshop
7:00 p.m. Dinner
8:00 -9:00 p.m Movie
CameroonFDP Super Cup Tournament Kick Off In Seven Days Officially Title : 2015 Super Cup to Develop Young Leaders.
Super cup tournament approaches with meetings and preparations by the management team is more tense, the manager of community program is making everything possible for the pre match on Saturday August 1st 2015, CameroonFDP operates in four localities; Kumba ,Mamfe, Ndom and Ndu in all of these localities we have had our U-14 tournament and champions from these localities will converge in Bamenda for the Super Cup. CameroonFDP’s social impact goal for the Super Cup tournament will be based on, Leadership, Community service and Be a role model.
The Management team will be at the local radio station Lake Site Radio to expose some high lights of the event in Bamenda schedule for the 7th.
To better educate the youths in Bamenda and Cameroon in general with the beautiful game of football, CameroonFDP will use its +7 Soccer Values to grade the teams for each match played.
• Be on time and prepared
• Be a team player
• Educate yourself
• Show respect for all
• Raise community awareness
• Play fair
• Be a role model
We are a group of young people who believe in the power of sport to change the world.