The Ghana Football Association (GFA) have secured a partnership deal with a football manufacturing company ahead of the upcoming season.
The country’s football governing body have been in talks with the company for the past few weeks and have finally had a breakthrough.
According to sports journalist Bismark Owusu, the GFA, and the company have reached a consensus and are set to sign the necessary paperwork on Wednesday, July 22, 2020.
The report further states that deal is for 3years for GHc 1.6m
The Ghana Premier League, Division One League, Women’s Premier League, Juvenile football among others will benefit from the mouthwatering deal.It could be recalled prior to the start of the 2019/20 football season the GFA presented the official matchday footballs Ghana Premier League, Division One League, Women’s Premier League, Juvenile football clubs among others.
The 2019/20 season was cancelled due to coronavirus.
In a related development, the GFA will today hold a virtual meeting with all eighteen Ghana Premier League clubs about the CAF/FIFA COVID-19 relief funds.
This comes after some club administrators have expressed concern over how the financial package was disbursed.
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.
The GFA will today, July 21 take advantage of the meeting to explain the rationale behind the disbursement of FIFA COVID-19 relief fund which many clubs have shown their unhappiness. The meeting will be virtual via zoom.