Barcelona's new coach Quique Setien and his new staff oragnised a dinner to promote good relations and make peace before the game on Sunday against Granada. The Barça squad went to dinner on Thursday night at the Vía Veneto restaurant in Barcelona, an agape attended by all the players except the
Electroland Ghana Ltd, distributors of NASCO electronic appliances has announced a sponsorship package for the Ghana Women's League. Mrs Adiza Ibrahim Sadiq who is the Head of Marketing and Corporate affairs of Electroland Ghana Limited announced the deal in an official ceremony at the headquarters of the Ghana Football Association.
Sakafia SHS has qualified to the next round of the Inter Schools soccer competition in Ashanti Region. They eliminated Obuasi Secondary Technical School after winning 5-4 on penalties in the first game of the day. Kumasi Anglican School (KASS) who were tipped to qualify surprisingly fell to Toase SHS (Toss). Toss won 5;4
The Referees Committee of Ghana Football Association have commended Referee Charles Bulu for his exhibition of great work on Thursday. FIFA referee Bulu took charge of the match between Asante Kotoko and Berekum FC played on Wednesday in Kumasi. Kotoko lost 0-1 to Berekum FC at their Baba Yara home grounds
The Ghana football Association have announced match officials to handle the various matches in the Ghana Premier League. Match: LIBERTY PROFESSIONALS VS MEDEAMA (Saturday) Venue: Carl Reindorf Stadium, Dansoman Referee: Alphonso Atiapa Asst 1: Papala Patrick Asst 2: Emmanuel Dei 4th Official: Bismark Appiah Match Commissioner: Joseph Yeboah Acheampong Match: HEARTS OF OAK VS EBUSUA DWARFS (Sunday) Venue: Accra
Ghana's Division One League starts this weekend across all centers in the country. The Division One League Board has announced match officials to handle the various matches. DIVISION ONE LEAGUE -ZONE 1 Match :BEREKUM ARSENAL Vs TECHIMAN CITY Venue : Berekum Ref : Boniface Anwulo Asst.1 :Kingsley Asare Asst.2 : Abdul Rahman
Football Clubs in Ghana are reported to be lagging behind in terms of professional status in football management. A report released by the headquarters of world football Federation of International Football associations (FIFA) has confirmed this. The FIFA Professional Football Report 2019 has revealed that about 64 clubs in the Premier