Sierra Leone Premier League top tier side, FC Johansen has unveiled its new #Umbro jersey for the 2021-2022 League season. The club also unveils its new coach, who’s former East End Lions head coach #Ibrahim_Sillah.

In recent times, Orange Sierra Leone on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, at their head office in Freetown signed a sponsorship agreement with four football clubs in the Sierra Leone Premier. The agreement is worth over one billion leones (USD 100,000) and the four clubs that will benefit from this package are FC Kallon, FC Johansen, Wusum Stars and Diamond Stars.

The deal which will last for three years and in addition to the money, the provision of internet facilities, live broadcast of club matches, and profiling of players will also be part of the sponsorship. This sponsorship is part of Orange’s efforts to support football in Sierra Leone. According to, Madam Aminata Kane, the CEO of Orange Sierra Leone this support to these clubs is just the beginning, as the company is committed to to promote sports in the country they will ensure that the remaining clubs also benefit, likewise for other sporting disciplines. Present at the occasion was the Minister of Sport, Ibrahim Nyelenkeh.

FC Johansen is a Sierra Leonean football club founded in 2004 and is based in the city of Freetown. The club is run by Isha Johansen and her Norwegian husband Arne Birger Johansen.

The club started with the objective of giving hope to a group of young people, using sport as a means of channeling their energy into a positive healthy direction. Co-owned by Billionaires CONPROLOG Ltd

In 2010, FC Johansen was not playing the Sierra Leone league. In 2011, they played for the first time in the Sierra Leone division One league. That year they did not lose a single match and were promoted to the Premier division.

2012 was their first year in the Premier League where they finished fourth behind Diamond Stars, Kallon FC and End Lions. 2013, is their 2nd year in the Sierra Leone Premier League.  In February/March 2013, the club had its maiden appearance at the continental level. It played Barack Young Controller FC (Liberian Second Division team) in the CAF Confederation Cup. FC Johansen lost 1–0 on aggregate and did not progress to the next round.