Olympics, one of the oldest and traditional Clubs in Ghana marks their centenary after years in Ghana Football.
Established in 1954, the wonder Club was the fourth football Club to be established in Ghana after Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and Real Republicans.
The Teshie-based side who competed for laurels back in the days can only boast of two Premier League titles and three FA Cup trophies.
Olympics won the domestic top-flight in 1970 and 1974, the Club went on to clinch the FA Cup title in 1975, 1983 and 1995.
Fans of Olympics have since not set sights on any major trophy for three decades now.
The Club also made huge impact in Africa having participated in the African Cup of Champions Clubs (Champions League), CAF Cup and CAF Cup Winners' Cup from 1971 through to 2000 when they last made an appearance on the continent.
Olympics have since struggled to maintain their image in the Ghanaian elite division suffering relegation to the lower-tier on three occasions in the last two decades.
Some notable players the Club have produced includes Charles Taylor, David Duncan, late sir Cecil Jones Atoquayefio , Emmanuel Okin, Nathaniel Lamptey, late Michael Asante, Isaah Ahmed among others.