While Nigerian clubs are neglected by the NFF, Ghana FA supports Medeama with $30,000




While the Nigerian clubsides in CAF inter clubs competitions are left alone without financial support, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced $30,000 support for Premier League Champions Medeama SC as they face Remo Stars in the CAF Champions League.

“The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is urging Medeama SC to go all the way in the 2023/24 CAF Champions League.

“The Association is also delighted to support the club with an amount of $30,000 to cushion the club in their African campaign,” parts of a communique from the GFA said on Saturday.

It added, “The support from the GFA is to help alleviate some of the huge expenditure associated with the CAF Champions League, especially travel costs.”


In the CAF Champions League, Medeama SC are starting their campaign with a clash against Remo Stars FC in the first preliminary round.

That game is scheduled to be played at the Cape Coast Stadium on Sunday, August 25.

he GFA is confident Medeama SC will succeed and has extended its best wishes to the club.



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