|Place of birth Antwerp, Belgium|
2010–2012 KV Mechelen
Weight 77 kg
Name Kabba-Modou Cham
Role Football player
Current team K.V.V. Coxyde
0000–2010 VW Hamme
Height 1.88 m
|Date of birth (1992-12-25) 25 December 1992 (age 22)|
Kabba-Modou Cham (born 25 December 1992) is a Belgian-born Gambian professional football player who plays for KSV Bornem in the Belgian Second Amateur Division after leaving KVV Coxyde in the Belgian Second Division.
He has also played competitively for Scottish club Greenock Morton and Mosta in Malta.
Cham started his career with various youth sides back home in Belgium, namely VW Hamme, KV Mechelen and latterly Sint-Truiden.
He signed for Greenock Morton in July 2013 on a two-year contract, and made his first competitive debut for Morton in a 1–0 defeat in the Scottish Challenge Cup to Annan Athletic.
Cham ingratiated himself with the Morton support after he scored a double against arch-rivals St Mirren in the Renfrewshire Cup final. Cham was released from his contract in February 2014 by mutual consent.
Cham was born in Belgium to a Greek mother and a Gambian father and has elected to represent Gambia at international level. To date, he has made one appearance for the Under-20 side in a 2011 African Youth Championship group match against Nigeria.
His maternal grandfather is Greek but moved to Belgium, where the striker's mother, Panayoula Kontoyannis, was born meaning that Cham is also eligible to represent Greece at international level.