The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) in collaboration with ex Black Queens players led by former African Best female footballer Adwoa Bayor; is organizing a testimonial match dubbed the ‘The battle of the Queens’ which is scheduled to come off on Sunday 10th January, 2021; 3:00pm at the McDan Town Park in Labadi.
Agyeman Badu Writes: Although I have been out of the Ghana national team for a while, I’m here today to express my profound gratitude to the nation which has been of immense help to my career. Wearing the national colours has always been a moment of pride and honour for me and my heart
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
The Ghana Football Association today announced Friday, January 15, 2020 as the commencement date for fixtures for the upcoming 2020/2021 Women’s Premier League season. The commencement date for the Women’s Premier League is as a result of consultations with stakeholders. The Ghana Women’s Premier League (WPL), first launched in 2012, is the top Division league
The Professional Footballers Association of Ghana (PFAG) welcomes the decision passed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in the matter between our member, Benjamin Acheampong, and the Egyptian club, Zamalek SC. After a long and stressful legal battle, the CAS has now decided in favor of Acheampong ordering Zamalek SC to pay
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.
The senior women’s team of Ghana, the Black Queens beat their Moroccans counterparts 3:1 in an international friendly game played at the Accra Sports Stadium on Thursday. The host conceded an early penalty which Chebbak Chizlane beautifully converted to give her side the lead after just five minutes. Immigration Ladies FC playmaker, Faustina
Ghana’s female U-20 team, Black Princesses 1:0 to Morocco U20 women’s team in an international friendly on Thursday, November 26, at the Accra Sports Stadium. Morocco striker, Banouk Safa scored the only goal of the game in the 38th minute to give the visitors victory over the Black Princesses. The Black Princesses put in