The FIFPRO Division Africa Non-Elective Congress comes off in Accra, Ghana, Tuesday – July 27, 2021

The non-elective congress will be attended by 13 member unions from Africa. The congress will be at Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra, Ghana at 9:30am.

The Professional Footballers Association (PFAG) will be represented by its General Secretary, Anthony Baffoe, Deputy General Secretary Solomon Torson and Head of Player Relations, Yussif Chibsah.


The mini congress shall be attended by FIFPRO Africa President Geremie Njitap, Vice President Nguema Edou Axel Gydex as well as other big international football stars.

Also in attendance will be the Director of Communications for the African Division, Stephane Saint Raymond and Alves Loic from France.

The extraordinary meeting will discuss many issues confronting professional footballers, governance of FIFPRO Africa as well as deliberating on the Covid crisis report.

The General Secretary of the Division Africa, Stéphane Burchkalter will also be part of the Congress as well as former Cameroon, Real Madrid and Chelsea star Geremi Njitab who also is the board member of the FIFPRO Division Africa.


FIFPro is the worldwide representative organization for over 65,000 professional footballers with its global headquarters in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, and made up of 58 national players’ associations.


Didier Drogba is the Honorary President of the FIFPro Division Africa.


By: Isaac Darko

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