Access Bank is set to become the bank and headline sponsor of the Division One League, GFA President Kurt Okraku has confirmed.
Previously, the Division One League, as well as the Ghana Premier league were without headline sponsors and clubs had to play with minimal support from that end.
However, in the last few months, the GFA have secured betPawa as the headline sponsor of the Ghana Premier League, Malta Guinness as the headline sponsor of the Women’s Premier League and Access Bank will now become the headline sponsor of the Division One League. The deal will last for one season worth $250,000.
The details of the deal are yet to be revealed but it is believed to be a lucrative one for the league.
“The GFA has successfully concluded an agreement with Access bank that will see them become the official bank of the GFA and headline sponsor of the Division One League, Kurt Okraku revealed in the 28th GFA Ordinary Congress on Tuesday.
“Melcom Ghana Limited will provide all Division One League clubs with a Shopping voucher worth GHc5000,” he added.