The Ghanaian FA has reaffirmed its continuous support for the development of women’s football across the country.
Prosper Harrison Addo, general secretary of the GFA, assured Ghanaians that the FA is committed to seeing a massive improvement in women’s football and is ready to support its growth.
He said at the launch of the women’s FA Cup in Accra that the FA will continue to support women’s football and the evidence on its various social media handles like where women football is heading.
“On the international scene, the Black Maidens have started their FIFA U-17 women’s World Cup campaign, the Black Princesses are in Morocco and the Black Queens are also in Turkey. The agenda is to take women’s football to the apex in terms of development,” Addo said, calling for support from all and sundry to help improve the women’s game.
“The FA’s doors are open to cooperative institutions, government and individuals to support women football but until that support comes, the GFA will raise the necessary resources to support the women’s game,” he added.
The GFA, in collaboration with FIFA and CAF, the continental football governing body, recently organized a training course for women coaches as part of efforts to develop the women game. Enditem