The 2020/21 Ghana Women’s Premier League entered match day two with all 16 teams geared up for action in the Northern and Southern Zones. Berry Ladies under Black Queens trainer, coach Mercy Tagoe continued in excellent form in the Southern Zone whilst Ashtown Ladies in the Northern are yet to pick up a point. On
Ghana’s Black Queens and EDF Logrono midfielder, Grace Asantewaa has made some donations to the Children’s Wards of the Atebubu Municipal Hospital through her charity outfit, the Grace Asantewaa Foundation as part of activities to mark the festive season. This is the first outreach program of the foundation since its inception in November 2020. She
Ghana Black Queens forward Samira Suleman has been rewarded for her wonderful performance by her club, Sindri Football Club in the Icelandic league as she made it into the League’s Best XI at end of the season. She picked two awards at her club’s end of the season awards. She was voted as the club’s
Ghana’s senior national women’s team, the Black Queens beat the Atlas Lionesses of Morocco again in the second leg of their international friendly match today at the Accra Sports Stadium. The Queens on Thursday beat the Moroccan senior women’s team 3-1 in their first leg encounter. Former U20 captain and Supreme ladies striker, Sandra
The Ghana U-20 Women’s national team, the Black Princesses rose to the occasion to avenge their 1-0 defeat to their Moroccan counterparts in a friendly match last Thursday, by beating them 4-0 at the Accra sports stadium on Monday. Black Princesses captain, Mukarama Abdulai struck in the 16th minute to give her side the lead.
RESULTS, SCORERS and MVP Group A Supreme Ladies 2-1 Ashtown Ladies Tracey Twum 41″ 45″ Joyce Antwiwaa Fenteng 51″ MVP: *Tracy Twum*(Supreme ladies) Sports Academy Ladies 1-5 Fabulous Ladies ⚽ El-Shaddai Acheampong (KUSA) 5″ Alice Kusi 11″22″ 77″ Agnes Aduako 30″ (pen) Doris Mirekua 88″ MVP: *Alice Kusi* (Fabulous Ladies) *Table* Ashtown ladies 8pt
Ghana’s national U-17 female team, the Back Maidens on Tuesday hammered Uruguay the host nation 5-0 on the opening day at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2018. Player of the match and Ghana captain Mukarama Abdulai claimed the first hat-trick in the tournament. Despite a blue wave home crowd providing ambience and noise for
Ghanaians wait in anticipation of what is without a doubt the most competitive football clash of the past few decades; the match between Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Accra Heart of Oak. As we all await the highly anticipated match, the PFAG would like to wish both teams the best in the game. As always, we
The General Secretary of the Professional Footballers Association of Ghana, Anthony Baffoe, has been appointed CAF Deputy General Secretary in-charge of Football and Development. The former Ghana international will work under Egyptian Amr Fahmy, who has been appointed General Secretary. Also appointed for the day-to-day administration of football on the continent is Essadik Alaoui
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) is continuing its educational and familiarization tour of the Premiership Clubs with a visit to the camp of Asante Kotoko Football Club . The Players Union spent a considerable amount of time with Kotoko before the team left for Kumasi after camping in Accra for over a week.