Ghana Football Association has maintained a winner price cash boost for the 2021/2022 season Ghs 250,000, about $42,000 for lifting the title.
GFA boss Kurt Okraku confirmed the news on Tuesday during the launching of the new season at the FA headquarters in Accra.
The new season will kick off on Friday, October 29, 2021, with newly promoted side Accra Lions set to square off with Elmina Sharks in the season’s opening blockbuster at the Accra Sports stadium.
The GFA says the titleholder will take home a trophy and cash prize of GHC 250,000 and 40 gold medals while the 1st and 2nd Runner up receive GHC 150,000, 40 silver medals, and GHC 80,000, 40 Bronze medals, respectively.
GFA also indicated prize money in lower categories. In Division One, Winners of the various Zones (One, Two and Three) will also receive a brand new car and 40 medals as reward packages in the second tier competition while the second-placed teams take home GHC 30,000 and 30 silver medals each.
Women’s League winner will be rewarded with GHC 50,000 and 40 Gold medals while the Runner up receives GHC 30,000 and 40 Silver medals. Each of the 20 participating clubs will receive jersey team bags, movable mini goalpost, footballs, ball bags, cones and shin guards.
The Ghanaian top-tier also receive a major boost in the area of Television coverage as official broadcast right holder StarTimes are set to invest $1 million in production and promotion of the elite competition. Over 150 live games will be broadcast across the globe.
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