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Nsoatreman FC and Bofoakwa Tano set for epic FA Cup final 

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By: Nana Kwame Bediako 

The stage is set for an exhilarating clash as the domestic cup draws near, featuring an all-Bono Derby in the final of the men’s FA Cup on Sunday, June 23, 2024, at 6 p.m. The University of Ghana Sports Stadium in Legon will serve as the battleground where Nsoatreman FC and Bofoakwa Tano will lock horns, each vying to cap off their season with prestigious silverware.

The stakes are particularly high for Bofoakwa Tano, who seek redemption after their recent relegation from the Ghana Premier League, while Nsoatreman FC aims to etch their name in history with their first major trophy.

Nsoatreman FC’s journey to the final has been nothing short of remarkable. The team secured their spot in the final after a hard-fought 2-1 victory against Legon Cities in the semi-finals held at WAFA Park. This victory has fueled their determination to clinch their first major trophy. Impressively, Nsoatreman FC finished 5th in the recently concluded Ghana Premier League, amassing 50 points, just a single point shy of the 2nd position held by Accra Lions. This near miss has only intensified their hunger for success as they prepare for the grand finale.

On the flip side, Bofoakwa Tano’s path to the final has been equally compelling. The team triumphed over Dreams FC with a thrilling 2-1 victory at the WAFA Park at Sogakope. This victory marks their first appearance in the FA Cup final in 38 years, a milestone that adds a layer of historical significance to their quest for glory. However, their journey has been bittersweet, as they faced the heartbreak of relegation from the Ghana Premier League at the end of the 2023–2024 season. Winning the FA Cup would be a monumental way to lift the spirits of their supporters and salvage their season.

The anticipation surrounding this all-Bono Derby final is palpable, with fans from both sides eagerly awaiting the showdown. For Nsoatreman FC, a victory would signify the end of years of hard work and the beginning of a new chapter in their history. For Bofoakwa Tano, it represents a chance at redemption and an opportunity to bring joy to their fans despite their recent league woes. The narrative of this final is rich with emotional undertones, making it one of the most eagerly anticipated matches in recent memory.

As the countdown to the final begins, the football world will be watching closely. The University of Ghana Sports Stadium will be the epicentre of this historic encounter, a match that promises to deliver drama, excitement, and unforgettable moments. Whether it’s Nsoatreman FC making history or Bofoakwa Tano achieving redemption, the 2024 men’s FA Cup final is set to be a fitting climax to the domestic football season in Ghana.

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