Sekondi Wise Fighters

Country Ghana Ghana
City Sekondi, Western Region
Founded 1919

Sekondi Wise Fighters aka Sekondi Eleven Wise is a Ghanaian professional football club. Presently, this club competes in the Poly Tank Division One League. The nickname given to this club is Monkeys and Western Show Boys.

The Western Show Boys are affectionately known as the most popular and best supported football team in the Western Region of Ghana. They have a long standing tradition of playing fascinating and entertaining match that punctuated and kept the fans on their toes.

This club was formed in 1919, deriving their strength from Railways workers in Sekondi. The team were highly inspired by Edward Acquah, a burly forward player and so they won the national league in 1960 after 2 fruitless attempts. In 1961, Real Republikans got established and this team took any chance of winning from Wise. Edward Acquah and the team of show boys too made a poor show in the league title defence.

In October 2008, the wise team suffered relegation to lower division over a decade ago, putting an impressive performance to defeat Norchip by 3-1 in the premiership campaign opener. This was the time when fans turned up to witness the encounter top the Sekondi guys for a comeback. Some of the players of the current squad include Mohammed Alhassan, Theophilus Jackson, Emmauel Eyison, Eric Owusu and Paul Opoku amongst others.

Major Achievements

In 1960, the team won the One Touch Premier League once.

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