By Akosua Adjei
Ahead of the 2022/2023 football season, the Ghana Football Association has agreed a 3 year sponsorship deal with Ghana’s biggest non-alcoholic brewed malt beverage, Malta Guinness.
The sponsorship is worth ¢10 million which spans over three years starting from next season.
The Ghana Football Association will receive cash of ¢1 million annually for 3 years, while the remaining 7 million will be in the form of branding and development.
Speaking at the official unveiling at the headquarters of the GFA, Ms Estella Muzito (Marketing Director of Guinnes Ghana) posited that her outfit’s delight in the Women’s Premier league stems from “their mission to fuel a world of good”.
For his part, GFA President Kurt Okraku, with the brightest of smiles, thanked the officials from Malta Guinness for “believing in his leadership and working and choosing to work with him”.
Ridge City FC, Esiam Socrate, Tamale Super Ladies and Dormaa Candy Soccer Candy have all been promoted to the Women’s top flight, while Sea Lions, Immigration Ladies, FC Savannah and KUSA Ladies have been relegated.
Meanwhile, Ampem Darkoa are the defending champions.