Ghana FA lays down sponsorship packages for GPL, Division one and WPL ahead of new season

The Ghana Football Association have secured a sponsorship deal with Access Bank for the Division one League.

Access Bank comes in to take up the mandate as the headline sponsor for Ghana’s second-tier league

The deal worth $250,000 will see the money being shared among the 48 Division one League Club.

In addition Melcom Ghana who already have an existing deal with the Ghana FA will provide Ghc5000 worth of vouchers for all division one Clubs.

The FA will further provide pair of football boots to each of the 18 Premier League Clubs as well as the 48 Division one League sides.

GOIL petroleum will also provide fuel worth Ghc10,000 for Clubs in the Premier League and Division one League starting from January 2023.

These announcements were made by the Ghana Football Association President Kurt Okraku at the ordinary congress on Tuesday.

The FA recently secured a headline sponsor for the Ghana Premier League after signing a 3-year-deal worth $6million with Betpawa.