Kwame Quee is a 25 year old professional Footballer who plays for Vikingur Reykjavik in Iceland Kwame Quee hailed from the heart of Sierra Leone’s Capital, Krootown Road in Freetown.

The midfield talisman started his career with Johansen FC in the Sierra Leone Premier League, a club owned by the former Sierra Leone Football Association Boss, Isha Johansen.

Quee made his international breakthrough in June 2016. He underwent a three week trial with Danish Side Randers along with three other teammates from Johansen football club.

In May 2017, Quee was loaned to Icelandic Club Vikingur OlafSVIK on a two year deal.

In January 2019, the midfielder signed for Icelandic top flight club Breiobik. After some appearances in the club, he was loaned to Vikingur Reykjavik in June. He won the 2019 Icelandic Cup with Vikingur

Quee received his first Senior Call-up to the national team in July 2014 for the 2015 Africa Cup Of Nations on 19 July, he earned his first Cap, replacing Mohamed Kamanor during a 2-0 against Seychelles.

Quee has many international goals for Leone Stars. His recent are goals against Lesotho and Nigeria in the just concluded 2021 Total Africa Cup of Nations.

On Tuesday, October 12, 2021 Quee had an equalizer in the 61 minutes of the game against Morocco in the last match of the friendlies schedule for the team ahead of the 2021 African Cup of Nations.