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
The General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, Anthony Baffoe, has added his voice to calls for greater efforts at eliminating hooliganism from the domestic football domain. Mr. Baffoe, who until recently served as Confederation of African Football (CAF) Deputy General Secretary, made the call at a stakeholders’ forum organized by the
FIFPRO Africa welcomes the decision by the Ghanaian Football Association to share the total funds assigned by FIFA and the CAF, amounting to 1.8 million dollars, among the various parties and partners in national football, including the professional footballers’ association (PFAG). The two authorities allocated the funds within the framework of the financial aid granted
FIFPRO’s affiliated member player association in Switzerland (SAFP) has drawn up the following advice to players, clubs and leagues on hygiene measures to limit the spread of Coronavirus; we are sharing this advice with player associations around the world. Do not drink from the same water bottle during the game or training, but always use
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has encouraged all professional footballers to continue to be health-conscious in the light of the Corona Virus global pandemic. The PFAG, in its role as the mother body for all Ghanaian professional footballers, regards the continued safety and well-being of all players, their families, teeming fans and
The Group Stage draw for the CAF Qualification series ahead of the FIFA World Cup, Qatar 2022 has been successfully conducted in Cairo, Egypt. At a plush event held at the Nile Ritz-Carlton Hotel, the 14 winners from the first round of qualifying and the top 26 ranked nations on the continent were drawn
Ghana’s Michael Essien was given the honour of presenting the FIFA Puskas Award at the 2019 FIFA Football Awards Gala held on Monday night at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Having represented Ghana so gallantly throughout the course of his distinguished career, Essien once again did the nation proud as he was named
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) has once again provided the opportunity for Ghanaian professional footballers to cast their votes for this year’s FIFpro World XI ahead of FIFA’s The Best awards gala slated for Milan in September this year. The PFAG has over the past few years offered the avenue to all
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana(PFAG) wishes to extend season’s greetings to all our Muslim brothers and sisters around the world, most especially to all Ghanaian professional footballers here in the country and beyond. This is indeed a time for joyful celebration after successfully deepening the divine bond of faith during the past month.
The draw for the 32nd edition of the African Cup of Nations, Egypt 2019, has been successfully conducted in Giza. At a plush event held against the captivating backdrop of an on-looking Sphinx and a spectacular Pyramid, the continent’s top 24 footballing nations were drawn against each other into six groups of four.