The Confederation of African Football in August 2014 banned the country from hosting any international match following recommendations by the World Health Organisation (WHO) but after WHO declared the country as Ebola free on Saturday November 7 CAF finally decided to lift its ban.
Communication of the ban being lifted was done by the CAF Secretary General, Hicham El Amrani who made the revelation in a letter addressed to the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) President Isha Johansen.
Sierra Leone was one of the three countries; Guinea and Liberia that were suspended by CAF from hosting competitions at home during the Ebola outbreak but Liberia were the first to secure the go-ahead to resume internationals competition at home soil by CAF after they were declared by WHO as Ebola free months back.
The Guineans are yet to be given the green light to host CAF competitions, since they have not been declared Ebola-free by the WHO yet.
Sierra Leone were forced to play their entire home matches for the 2015 African Cup of Nations qualifiers against Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon and Ivory Coast at their opponents grounds which saw them collect single points in all those matches.
Leone Stars (Sierra Leone senior national team) first official home fixture in the post-Ebola era will be against 2017 Africa Cup of Nations hosts Gabon in March 2016.