Medeama Sporting Club is a Ghanaian professional football club based in Tarkwa, Western Region. The club currently competes in the Ghana Premier League.
The club was formerly known as Kessben F.C. before changing its name to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011. Moses Armah is the President and owner of Medeama SC.
It was founded in 2002. Its home ground used to be Abrankese Stadium in Abrankese, Ashanti Region, also known as Anane Boateng Stadium between. The club was previously sponsored by Coca-Cola Ghana Ltd.
Medeama Football Club was established 2008 as a Ghana Division Three League club. In 2010, the club failed in its initial attempt to qualify to the Ghana Premier League. This led to the purchasing of the now defunct Kessben FC the same year. The licensing of the club was fully completed in December 2010 and club was renamed to Medeama Sporting Club in January 2011. The base of the Kessben club was moved from Abrankese in Ashanti Region of Ghana to Tarkwa in the Western Region of Ghana.