The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is set to make an investment of $280,000 into a strategy to improve competitions via the provision of mechanized boreholes at game centres across the country.
President of the GFA, Kurt E.S Okraku announced this during a working visit to the Tamale Stadium annex and the Tamale Kaladan Park yesterday.
The borehole project will be used to develop Premier League, Division One League, Women’s Premier League, and Game centres of Regional Football Associations.
The mechanized borehole strategy will be funded via the FIFA Forward 1.0 programme.
Executive Council member Nana Sarfo Oduro and Abu-Hassan Mahamadu (Rhizo), Chairman of the Northern Regional Football Association, and Jones Alhassan Abu, Member of the Black Stars Management Committee, accompanied the GFA President.
The provision of boreholes is aimed at improving the quality of pitches and ultimately improve competitions across the country.