The Ghanan Football Association on Wednesday held a meeting with the Premier League clubs over the FIFA/CAF Covid-19 relief fund disbursement.
The GFA yesterday took advantage of the meeting to explain the rationale behind the disbursement of FIFA COVID-19 relief fund which the clubs have expressed concerns about.
Despite initially unhappy with the $270,000 dollars allocated to the 18 clubs where each club will get $15000 each, the clubs have put their concerns aside and have accepted the figures.
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, world football governing body, FIFA and the Continent’s governing body, CAF have thought it wise to alleviate the financial burden of its members.
The GFA will benefit $1.8 million dollars following their association with the two governing bodies.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have released the breakdown of how they plan to distribute the Covid-19 funds received from CAF and FIFA.
Each premier League clubs has been allocated $15,000, whiles the club’s body GHALCA were given $2,000.
Division One clubs were given $7,500, whiles the National Women’s Premier League clubs where give $10,000.
Clubs from the various leagues, the national teams, Beach Soccer, Futsal, as well as other bodies will receive money to mitigate the financial challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.