Ghana FA Launches Women’s Premier Super League

Women’s football in Ghana has never enjoyed so much coverage as it is enjoying now and all thanks to the exploits of Sekondi Haasacas in the CAF Women’s Champions League. The Ghana FA has therefore in a bid to further push on in the promotion of women’s football has launched a new competition, the Women’s Premier Super League, to serve as a preseason tournament for the elite teams in the division.

The maiden edition of the competition will consist of eight women’s premier league teams who will go toe to toe for the women’s premier super league which takes of on November 25. The aim of the competition is said to enhance the competitiveness of women’s football in the country and also serve as a platform to help teams get in shape for the start of the new season.

The Chairperson of the Women’s Premier Super Cup Committee Honourable Barbara Asher Ayisi, called on corporate Ghana support the competition and show more interest in women’s football in general.

“The QIC Women’s Premier super cup is here to help us further develop female football in our dear country’’ she said.

“Our core mandate is to have a successful maiden tournament. We want this super cup to be the best in this country, so kindly come on board to support us, encourage and motivate our women.” She added.

The president of the Ghana football association, Kurt Okraku also shared his delight at the growth rate of women’s football under his tenure, insisting that there is more room for growth and women’s football can be rest assured it will continue to have his unflinching support.

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