Ghana Football Leagues

List of Professional Leagues from Ghana under the Premier League.[1]

Ghana Football Leagues
CountryGhana
ConfederationCAF
Level on pyramid2, 3 and 4
Domestic cup(s)Ghanaian FA Cup
Ghana Super Cup
International cup(s)CAF Confederation Cup
TV partnersGFA TV (Live Matches & Highlights)

Division One LeagueEdit

The league is divided into three zones with a zone in the southern, middle and northern sectors of the country.

2020-21Edit

Zone One Zone Two Zone Three
1 Berekum Arsenal Achiken FC Accra Lions FC
2 Bofoakwa Tano FC Swedru All Blacks Accra City Stars FC
3 Brong Ahafo United Asokwa Deportivo FC Agbozume Weavers FC
4 Paga Crocodiles Stars FC BYF Academy Akosombo Krystal Palace FC
5 Kintampo FC FC Samartex Amidaus Professionals FC
6 Nkoranza Warriors SC Bibiani Gold stars FC Danbort FC
7 Nsoatreman FC Sekondi Hasaacas FC Heart of Lions FC
8 Real Tamale United New Edubiase United Kotoku Royals FC
9 Steadfast FC Nzema Kotoko F.C. Nania FC
10 Tamale City FC Pacific Heroes FC Okyeman Planners FC
11 Techiman City FC Proud United FC Phar Rangers
12 Unity FC Skyy FC Tema Youth FC
13 Wa Suntaa Sporting Club Star Madrid FC Tudu Mights Jets FC
14 Wamanafo Mighty Royals Unistar Academy FC Uncle 'T' FC
15 Yendi Gbewaa FC Venomous Vipers Vision FC
16 Young Apostles FC Wassaman United Young Wise FC

Division Two LeagueEdit

2011–12 teams

Division Three LeagueEdit

2011–12 teams
  • Jancole Football Academy (Darkuman-Accra)
  • Akotex FC (Tema)
  • Cornerstones
  • Dumas Boys of GTP (Tema)
  • Dunkwa-On-Offin Starke FC
  • Ghapoha FC
  • Monsasonic FC
  • Great Ashantis
  • Mankessim Striking Force
  • Neoplan Stars
  • Palma F.C.
  • S.C. Adelaide
  • Techiman Universal Stars
  • Thirds World
  • Voradep
  • Accra angels soccer academy
  • Sharp Arrows ((Kanda 441))
  • Great African United
  • Royal Eagle Football club (Dansoman)

GAFCOAEdit

Ghana Amateur Football Club Owners Association[2] is an association of amateur (2nd, 3rd and juvenile) club owners who have come together to seek the welfare and development of the named category and to produce quality players for the game of football in Ghana.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ghana Football Association". gfa. Retrieved 4 May 2018.
  2. ^ GAFCOA

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