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 Kurt Okraku holds significant meeting with Women’s Super Cup Committee

In continuing efforts to further boost Women’s Football in Ghana, Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kurt Okraku recently convened a highly productive meeting with the Women’s Super Cup Committee.

The meeting was marked by a spirit of collaboration and determination to elevate the status of women’s football in the country.

President Okraku commenced the session by extending heartfelt congratulations to the Committee members for their unwavering dedication to the advancement of Women’s Football.

He expressed gratitude to them for their invaluable service and warmly welcomed new additions to the team, emphasizing the importance of their roles in shaping the future of the sport.

During the meeting, President Okraku underscored the significance of the off-season Women’s Super Cup competition as a platform to showcase the talent and skill of female footballers across Ghana.

He articulated his vision for the competition to not only foster healthy competition but also to inspire and empower young women to pursue their football aspirations.

Julius Emunah, Head of Competition’s at the GFA, provided a comprehensive overview of the format of the Women’s Super Cup competition, providing clarity on its organization.

The Committee engaged in fruitful discussions regarding probable dates for the tournament, with a collective commitment to selecting optimal timing to maximize participation and viewership.

A pivotal aspect of the meeting was President Okraku’s call to action for Committee members to actively seek sponsorship from corporate entities within Ghana.

Recognizing the importance of financial support in the success of such endeavours, he urged the committee to leverage their networks and forge partnerships that would enhance the stature and impact of the Women’s Super Cup competition.

The Committee, chaired by Ebenezer Adotey Allotey, with Esther Addo as the Vice Chairperson, boasts a dynamic line-up of members, including Mariam Iddrisu and Solomon Osei Wusu, whose diverse expertise and passion for Women’s Football augur well for the realization of the tournament’s objectives.

Additionally, the presence of GFA Deputy General Secretary Ama Brobbey-Williams, further underscored the GFA’s commitment to the development of Women’s Football at all levels.

As the meeting drew to a close, there was a palpable sense of optimism and determination among attendees, reflecting a shared resolve to propel women’s football to new heights in Ghana.

With meticulous planning, strategic partnerships, and the collective efforts of all stakeholders, the Women’s Super Cup promises to be a landmark event that not only celebrates the talent of female footballers but also paves the way for a more inclusive and vibrant football landscape in Ghana.

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