Tonnerre Kalara Club of Yaoundé is a football club based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The club currently plays in the Championnat du Cameroun de football (Elite One), the country’s highest level of professional club football.
Tonnerre Yaoundé Youth Development System
Tonnerre Yaoundé Recruitment Trials
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Tonnerre Yaoundé History
The decade of the 1980s was the most successful for the team, as they took home all five of their national championships during that time. In addition to that, they have five victories in the national cup competition. Roger Milla, known as the “African Player of the Century,” Rigobert Song, and Liberian George Weah, who won the FIFA World Player of the Year award in the past, are just a few of the most famous players to have ever played for the club.
Tonnerre Yaoundé Stadium
Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Yaoundé, Cameroon. The majority of the events that take place there are football games, but it also contains facilities for athletics. 1972 was the year it was constructed. In preparation for the African Women’s Cup of Nations event that took place in 2016, the stadium had a renovation. It is able to accommodate 42,500 people at once.
The teams Canon Yaoundé and Tonnerre Yaoundé, as well as the women’s club Louves Minproff, call this stadium their home field. The Cameroonian national football team plays its home games in this stadium, which set a record for the highest number of spectators to see a football match at the stadium in the 1980s with an attendance of 120,000. It will be used as one of the sites for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.