March 2, 2023

GFA Sets Up Committee Over U-15 And U-17 Girls’ League Introduction

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has said a committee has been set up over the introduction of the U-15 and U-17 girls’ League in the country.


It said the role of the Committee will be to mould out modalities, recommendations, road maps and implementation plans for the implementation of Regional U-15 and U-17 Girl’s competitions.


This will advise the Executive Council of FA on the introduction of the League and means to generate interest in those competitions. 


The Committee has four weeks to submit its report to the Council.


The committee headed by the Northern Regional Football Association Chairman Alhaji Abu Hassan, has Robert Duncan, the Chairman of the Central Regional Football Association and Linford Asamoah Boadu, Chairman of the Eastern Regional Football Association as members.


“This is to boost the growth of women’s football as part of the GFAs player development pathway for the women’s game”, it justified.


According to the GFA, there is only one tier (Division One) at the regional level aside from the Elite Women’s League which involves 20 Clubs and the Women’s FA Cup.



Source: Fuseini

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