Mountain Top FC is a Lagos-based Nigerian professional football club that competes in the Nigeria Premier League. The club is wholly owned by the The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, a Pentecostal Christian Organization. In 2013, Mountain Top FC took over the slot of Bolowatan F.C. in the Nigeria National League, the second-tier division in Nigerian football. The founder of Bolowotan FC, Toyin Gafaar, a muslim, handed the slot to the church (MFM) to manage without collecting a dime in return. On 31 August 2015, Mountain Top FC gained promotion to the Nigeria Premier League.
The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Football Club Now Mountain Top Football Club of Lagos won the maiden edition of The Church World Cup. The Nigeria representatives achieved this feat after defeating the United Church of Colombia 7-0 in the final of the mudial which took place in Goa, India. Mountain Top FC dominated the encounter from the outset in what would turn out to be a miss match.
Champions of the Church World Cup
WINNER, Federation Cup
WINNER, Lagos International Football Tournament, 2013
WINNER, Nigeria Nation Wide League, 2012
WINNER, BOSKA Cup, 2010, 2011
WINNER, Ambassadors in Sports, 2008,2009
WINNER, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, 2010
Chairman: Godwin Enakhena
Mountain Top FC was founded in 2007 under the MFM General Overseer's Vision to reposition youths in this generation. After dominating grassroot football in Lagos State, moved to the amateur league in Nigeria and is currently in the Nigerian National League.
Agege Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lagos. With a set capacity of 52,000