The Ghana Football Association have reached an agreement with Blockchain company Mara to become the official partner of the Black Stars.
This comes as part of the association’s efforts to secure sponsorship on all levels.
In recent months, they have secured a headline sponsor, betPawa, for the Ghana Premier League and Access Bank for the Division One League.
They have also secured Malta Guinness as the headline sponsor for the Women’s Premier League.
The details of this new deal is yet to be fully released but it serves as a boost as the nation prepares for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Black Stars will play against Brazil and Nicaragua in friendlies this month.