The Ghana Football Association on Tuesday, May 16, revealed the Ghana Football School, its newest endeavour.
The Ghana Football School was established in collaboration with several tertiary institutions in the country.
The establishment of the GFA School is one of the association’s methods of increasing capacity building in the football ecosystem, which was identified as a challenge following the start of their tenure.
“A lot of us go through training without practical experience, this is what the Ghana Football School is all about. We will partner with schools that already may be running football-related courses but we will provide the practical content for such institutions. For those institutions who are not running any, we would also bring content and together we can run the training,” GFA President, Kurt Okraku said at the launch.
Some of the schools expected to be involved in this include; UPSA, the University of Ghana, KNUST, GIMPA, and China, Europe Business School of Africa.