World football governing body, FIFA, through the FIFA Connect programme, is organising a documentary on the Ghana Football Association's use of Information Technology in football development dubbed: ‘FIFA Connect - increasing efficiency in Ghana’.
The president of the Ghana Cycling Federation, Mr Mohammed Sahnoon, has undergone extensive X-ray after being knocked down by a hit-and-run driver who was in a Land Cruiser Prado. The vehicle number could not be recorded before the driver sped off.
The government has gone to the rescue of the victorious national amputee team which sent an SOS message for return tickets to enable them to return home after winning the Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Tanzania.
Ghana’s boxing legend, ‘Professor’ Azumah Nelson, has described himself as a grandfather who is ready to offer his expertise, techniques and strategies to young boxers who are eager to learn the art and rise to greatness.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne will start in today’s UEFA Champions League game at RB Leipzig as he works his way back from a bout of COVID-19 but striker Gabriel Jesus has been ruled out with a knock, manager Pep Guardiola said.
George Haldane Lutterodt a former chairman of the Ghana Athletics Association has paid tribute to the late Lamine Diack, President of the IAAF(Now World Athletics) Mr Diack passed away in Dakar, Senegal on December 4 after a short illness. He was 88.
Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko skipper, Emmanuel Gyamfi, inspired Aduana FC to defeat visiting West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) with an emphatic 3-0 victory to move to the top four position of the Ghana Premier League with 11 points.
A hat-trick by Zubairu Ibrahim of King Faisal Babies ended Kumasi Asante Kotoko's winning streak, their first defeat in the six-week old Ghana Premier League at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi yesterday.
The residents of Anyaa-Sowutuom and Ablekuma in the Greater Accra Region witnessed a rare spectacle as the nation’s best cyclists converged there to compete in a memorable 99.7km road race last Sunday, December 5.
A TWENTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD professional cyclist from Quick Step Cycling Club, Abdul Rahman, beat over 150 contenders to emerge winner of the second edition of the Prudential Life Insurance cycling race at Ablekuma curve in Accra yesterday. It was dubbed PruRide Cycling.