|Full name||Dreams Football Club|
|Ground||Theatre of Dreams, Dawu|
|President||Mohammed Jiji Alifoe|
|League||Ghanaian Premier League|
The club was formed in 2009 and was promoted to the second level of the Ghanaian football league system in 2014. The club eventually qualified to the Ghana Premier League in 2015 after emerging winners of Zone 3 in the Division One League. The Club moved its ground to Dawu, for the 2015–16 football season to satisfy requirements of the Ghana Football Association's Club Licensing System. The club however maintains its training ground at Kweiman where it houses most of its players.
The club operates a first team, popularly called Stage 1 and a youth team called Stage 2. Players of Stage 1 are considered first team members and compete in the Ghana Premier League. Stage 1 is managed by former Asante Kotoko trainer and national U20 team coach Abdul Karim Zito. Stage 2 is the feeder club to Stage 1 but are under the trading names Still Believe FC and In God We Trust FC.
Ghana Premier LeagueEdit
Dreams FC sealed their qualification to the 2015–2016 Ghana Premier League season for the first time ever in their history. In December 2016, the club was demoted from the Ghana Premier League due to an anomaly with the registration of a player. The decision was taken by the Ghana Football Association's Disciplinary Committee.
- As of 12 November, 2021
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Technical director||Abdul-Karim Zito|
|Assistant coach||Winfred Dormon|
|Team manager||Kofi Akosa Agyei-Aygeman|
|Goalkeeping coach||Raymond Faney|
|President||Mohammed Jiji Alifoe|
|Vice President||Prince Abdul Hamid|
|General Manager||Ameenu Shardow|
|Deputy General Manager||Enoch Agyare Addo|
|Head, Dreams Media||Derrick A. Okraku|
Supporters Relations Manager
|Alhaji Yussif ‘Cliff’ Iddrisu|
|Finance officer||Theresa Nelly Slippi- Mensah|
|Administrative Secretary||Augustina Afful|
- GN Bank Division One League: 2015
- Division Two League (Greater Accra): 2014
- GHALCA G8 2018: Champions
Notable youth team playersEdit
Dreams Youth Team has produced players such as:
- John Antwi of Misr Lel-Makkasa SC, on loan from Al Ahly SC, in the Egyptian Premier League.
- Baba Rahman of Chelsea, now playing for the Reading F.C on loan
- Benjamin Tetteh of Sparta Prague in the Czech First League.
- Leonard Owusu of Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the Major League Soccer.
- Montari Kamaheni of F.C. Ashdod in the Israeli Premier League.
- Emmanuel Lomotey of Extremadura UD, on loan at Villarreal CF B
- Lawson Bekui of AC Kajaani in Finland.
- Samuel Alabi of F.C. Ashdod in the Israeli Premier League.
- Emmanuel Sowah Adjei of KAS Eupen in the Belgian Pro League.
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- "Asante reveals reason behind his move to Dreams FC | Goal.com". www.goal.com. Retrieved 2021-04-16.
- Dreams FC – Ghana’s hub of exceptional football talent, goal.com, accessed 9 February 2015
- "Bring back the reserve league - Karim Zito". www.ghanaweb.com. 6 December 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
- "Dwarfs and Dreams F.C qualify for Premiership". myjoyonline.com. Joy Sports. Archived from the original on 2021-01-30. Retrieved 12 April 2017.
- "Dreams FC demoted to Division One, Tema Youth promoted over". GhanaSoccernet. 2016-11-30. Retrieved 2021-09-09.
- "Dreams FC accepts Division One demotion". Graphic Online. 13 December 2016. Archived from the original on 2021-09-08. Retrieved 8 September 2021.
- "Dreams FC demoted to Division One, Tema Youth promoted over". GhanaWeb. 2016-11-30. Retrieved 2021-09-08.
- "Official: Mayniak named kit partner for 2020/21 season". dreamsfc.com.gh. 13 November 2020. Retrieved 13 November 2020.
- "DOL: Dreams FC beat Vision FC in a thrilling encounter – Sports News-GH". www.sportsnewsgh.com. 2017-04-09. Retrieved 4 December 2017.
- "2021/22 GPL: Dreams FC part ways with head coach, Vladislav Viric". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 2022-02-16.
- "Belgian giants Anderlecht snap up Ghanaian defender Emmanuel Sowah Adjei on one-year deal". social_image. 19 November 2015. Retrieved 4 December 2017.