Police Ladies will face Prison women in a titanic 2017 Sanford FA Cup finals at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium. The game scheduled for October 21, will see the Police team try to defend the title they won last season by beating the Prison women. Police women again defeated Immigration ladies 4-3 on penalties to book their place in the finals of the competition for the second time in two years. While Prison ladies also eliminated Ampem Darkoa women by beating them 5-4 on penalties to progress to the finals of the competition in the Central Regional capital. The last will take place in Cape Coast on October 21st as both teams fight for the trophy and bragging right.
The semi-final matches of the Sanford FA Cup will be played over the weekend in Accra and Sunyani respectively. Police Ladies and Immigration Ladies will clash at the Asamoah Gyan park at Accra Academy High School on Saturday, while Prison Ladies play Ampem Darkoa Ladies at the Sunyani Coronation Park on Saturday. As promised by the sponsors, Sanford World Clinics, there will be a health screening exercise for both players and female spectators who turn up for the game in Accra. In commemoration of World Breast Cancer Day, there will be the following screening: 1- Breast Examination on all the players before the match as well as female Spectators. 2- Blood pressure monitoring 3- Deliver first aid during play It is hoped that the screening exercise will motivate mor...
The second edition of the Sanford Women's FA Cup competition was launched on Wednesday at the Ghana Football Association at a launching ceremony attended by GFA Vice President, George Afriyie. The competition, initiated last year and sponsored by internationally respected health care organization Sanford World Clinic, will involve all 16 National Women's League clubs and clubs representing the various regions. The preliminary round of the competition was played earlier this month to select the teams that will represent the regional league clubs in the round of 32 stage. Last year, Sanford World Clinic signed a four-year agreement worth GH¢1.1million with the Ghana Football Association to sponsor the competition as part of its contribution towards helping the GFA to develop the
Ampem Darkoa Ladies beat Police Ladies 2-0 on Saturday at the Baba Yara Stadium to be to lift the women Super Cup. Mavis Owusu and Fio Amdiah scored the goals for the league champions against the FA Cup winners. Ampem Darkoa make history by becoming the first female club to win the Super Cup. The match was played as a curtain-raiser to the Asokwa Deportivo-Ashantigold MTN FA Cup round of 64 match.
The 2016/2017 National Women’s League (NWL) champions, Ampem Darkoa Ladies and Police Ladies, champions of the maiden Sanford Women’s FA Cup, will clash on Saturday in the Women Super Cup before the beginning of the new season. The Super Cup clash scheduled for the Baba Yara Stadium, will not only give the bragging rights to the winners, but it will also add up to the rivalry between the northern zone and southern zone in women’s football. Until last season when Ampem Darkoa from the northern zone won the title had never left the southern zone.Incidentally, Police Ladies also from southern zone again snatched the Sanford FA Cup title when they played Fabulous Ladies in the final. And northern zone are looking forward for a revenge.Saturday’s game which serves as a curtain raiser
The National Women League (NWL) is scheduled to begin on April 15, 2017, according to the Women’s League Board (WLB). The fifth edition of the league will maintain the two-zoned (Northern & Southern) 16-club league. The second season of the Sanford Women’s FA Cup will also be launched on May 17 with the competition set to begin on May 27. Below are the teams to participate in the 2016/17 National Women’s League. Northern Zone - Kumasi Sports Academy, Fabulous Ladies, Ashtown, Ampem Darkoa Ladies, Prison Ladies, Lepo Ladies, Real Upper Ladies and Northern Ladies. Southern Zone - Sea Lions FC, Hasaacas Ladies, Holy Royals, Police Ladies, Immigration Ladies, Soccer intellectuals, Samaria Ladies and Lady strikers. Meanwhile, all Regional Football Associations (RFAs) ha