Welcome to Ghana Beach Soccer 

 

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About Ghana Beach Soccer

Since its unofficial formation in 2008 as a registered sports association under the National Sports Council (NSC), now National Sports Authority (NSA), Beach Soccer has developed in leaps and bounds in Ghana.

The national Beach Soccer League was launched in 2011 with the support of CalBank. This was followed by the formation of the national beach soccer team ‘The Black Sharks’ in 2013. Two years later, Ghana attained its highest Beach Soccer ranking by FIFA (59th) and CAF (8th) in 2015.

Through the vision, sacrifices, determination and hard work of beach soccer officials, team managers, players and sponsors CalBank, beach soccer has grown from an unknown sport to almost household recognition in Ghana; and still gaining grounds.

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Serving Our Soccer Community Since 1984

The Executive Council of the GFA has named  a seven-member Beach Soccer Committee to continue the development of beach soccer in the country for a one-year mandate.The Committee is chaired by Yaw Ampofo Ankrah, head of Beach Soccer Association of Ghana.

Serving Our Soccer Community Since 1984

The Executive Council of the GFA has named  a seven-member Beach Soccer Committee to continue the development of beach soccer in the country for a one-year mandate.The Committee is chaired by Yaw Ampofo Ankrah, head of Beach Soccer Association of Ghana.

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE 2020

Chairman (Media/Communications)

YAW AMPOFO ANKRAH

Vice Chairman (HR/Finance)

SOLOMON TORSON

Member (Administration)

NANA POKU AMANKWAH

Member (Finance)

YAW GYAMFI KUSI AWERE

Member (Technical)

GEORGE DARKO

Member (Marketing)

NICHOLAS ADDO

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The willingness and readiness of athletes (beach-ballers) to play and sacrifice for Ghana Beach Soccer has been one of the major contributory factors to the success of the sports so far. In the case of the national team, Ghana has adopted a 100% local talent recruitment policy. This is unlike other countries where semi-professional and even professional players are recruited and camped over a period of time to compete in international beach soccer competitions. This policy of Ghana Beach Soccer is designed to unearth talent and ensure that the growth of an entirely new industry on all fronts is realistic, relevant and sustainable.