FC Kallon have been eliminated from the CAF Confederation Cup Qualifiers after sharing the spoils 1-1 with Dreams FC of Ghana at the SKD stadium in Monrovia .

Dreams FC had a 2-1 win against FC Kallon in the first-leg at the Accra Sport stadium and they were able to secure qualification against the Cavaliers with a 1-1 draw in the second leg of the  CAF Confederation Cup Qualifiers. This outcome of the match has led Dreams FC to qualify with a 3-2 aggregate.

Agyenim Boateng early goal from the spot gave the visitors a comfortable lead first half before Mahmoud Fofanah equalized in the extra time of the match. FC Kallon was on the verge of reaching the group stage of the second-tier competition of African Club Football but their optimism has been cut short.

According to the club manager, Mohamed Kallon a win for FC Kallon is a big win to Sierra Leone adding that it would have been the turning point for Sierra Leone football.

In 2004, CAF merged the African Cup Winners’ Cup created in 1975 with the CAF Cup introduced in 1992 to form a new competition called the Confederation Cup, which has since been considered the second African club competition