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Ghana Premier League
sports league
Subclass ofnational championship Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Inception1956 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Competition classmen's association football Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Sportassociation football Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CountryGhana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
OrganizerGhana Football Association Dɛmisim gbɛlima
League level belowGhana Football Leagues Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Official websitehttp://www.ghanafa.org/premierleague/ Dɛmisim gbɛlima

Ghana Premier League, dinɛ ka sɔ’ wʋsa mi’ ye betPawa Premier League ban yɔɔd sam yɛla[1] la anɛ top professional association football division bɛ football league system dinɛ bɛ Ghana.[2][3] Ba da pin’ili dinɛ yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pisnu nɛ ayuobʋ (1956) ye di di’e Gold Coast Club Competition (dinɛ da pin’il yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pistan nɛ atan la ni (1933) ka da naae yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pisnu nɛ atan nɛ anaasi ni la (1953–54), Ghana Football Association da pin’il lik la ka da paas piinɛ yinne (11th best) league bɛ Africa t IFFHS yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ yinne (2001) paae yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ piiga (2010),[4] league la da lɛm paasnɛ pisyuobʋ nɛ anu (ranked 65th) IFFHS' Best Leagues dunia wʋsa ni (World ranking), di yiiga yʋma kɔbiga la pʋʋgin (1st Decade) 21st Century (2001–2010) la ni.[5] Yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ piinɛ anaasi nwadisa ayi daba anaasi la ni (4 February 2014).[6][7][8][9]Asante Kotoko nɛ Hearts of Oak yʋ’ʋri da dʋti di ni. Teamnam atan banɛ bɛ teŋin (bottom 3 teams) ɛɛnti lɛbnɛ nya’aŋ siizin wʋsa naarin ka ba niŋi ba zone yinne ni Ghanaian Division One League la pʋʋgin.

Yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ piinɛ awai paae pisi siizin la (2019–20 season) da gu’oenɛ ka ba gʋ’ʋŋi basi di COVID-19 pandemic dinɛ da bɛ Ghana la yɛla ka di da kɛ ka ba da tɔlis bɛɛ gʋ’ʋŋ bɔɔl sieba nwɛ’ɛb dunia la wʋsa.

Kilab banɛ paas (2022–2023[edit | edit source]

Teams piinɛ anii (Eighteen teams) ye ba nya’ league la ni; piinɛ anu la (15) yinɛ siizin kanɛ gaad la ni na ka atan la (3) an banɛ di Division One zones la. Team banɛ paam tuon ken anɛ Samartex nɛ Kotoku Royals banɛ la’asi paami ba yiiga tuon ken.[10] Ba da nyɔdignɛ WAFA, Techiman Eleven Wonders nɛ Elmina Sharks.[11][12]

Stadiumnam nɛ ban bɛ zin’isieba[edit | edit source]

Team Location Venue Capacity
Accra Lions FC Accra Accra Sports Stadium 40,000
Aduana Stars Dormaa Ahenkro Agyeman Badu Stadium 7,000
Asante Kotoko Kumasi Baba Yara Stadium 40,000
Bechem United Bechem Nana Gyeabour's Park 5,000
Berekum Chelsea Berekum Sports Stadium 5,000
Bibiani Gold Stars Bibiani Dun's Park 7,000
Dreams FC Dawu Dawu Sports Stadium 5,000
Great Olympics Accra Accra Sports Stadium 40,000
Hearts of Oak Accra Accra Sports Stadium 40,000
Karela United Aiyinase CAM Stadium 5,000
King Faisal Kumasi Baba Yara Stadium 40,000
Kotoku Royals[13] Akim Oda Akim Oda Stadium 3,000
Legon Cities Accra El Wak Stadium 7,000
Medeama Tarkwa TNA Park 15,000
Nsoatreman FC Nsuatre Nana Kronmansah Park 2,000
Real Tamale United Tamale Tamale Stadium 21,017
Samartex[14] Samreboi Samartex Park 7,000
Tamale City FC[15] Tamale Tamale Stadium 21,017

Kilab manager nam[edit | edit source]

Team Manager Captain
Accra Lions FC James Francis Dominic Nsobila
Aduana Stars Paa Kwesi Fabin Bright Adjei
Asante Kotoko Seydou Zerbo Richard Boadu
Bechem United Mingle Ocansey Kasim Kofi Agbesimah
Berekum Chelsea Christopher Ennin Fuseini Zackaria
Bibiani Gold Stars Micheal Osei Yakubu Haqq
Dreams FC Ignatius Osei-Fosu Abdul Jalilu
Great Olympics Yaw Preko Razak Kasim
Hearts of Oak Slavko Matić Mohammed Alhassan
Karela United Bismark Kobby Mensah Kwadwo Addai
King Faisal Jimmy Cobblah Samuel Kusi
Kotoku Royals Seth Ablade Kingsley Afriyie
Legon Cities Maxwell Konadu Jonah Attuquaye
Medeama David Duncan Kwasi Donsu
Nsoatreman FC Mohammed Gargo Obed Duah Anford
Real Tamale United Baba Nuhu David Abagna
Samartex Annor Walker Emmanuel Adu Siaw
Tamale City FC Mohammed Wahid Collins Amoah Boateng

Manager nam ti’asʋg[edit | edit source]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in the table Incoming manager Date of appointment References
Real Tamale United Ibrahim Tanko Shaibu Resigned 26 July Pre-season Baba Nuhu 12 August 2022
Samartex Henry Wellington End of Interim Charge 31 July Pre-season Annor Walker 5 August 2022
Great Olympics Annor Walker Signed by Samartex 5 August 2022 Pre-season Yaw Preko 6 August 2022
Hearts of Oak Samuel Boadu Sacked 28 September 2022 14th Slavko Matić 19 October 2022
King Faisal Branko Božović Sacked 4 October 2022 18th Jimmy Cobblah 7 October 2022
Kotoku Royals Seth Ablade Sacked 12 December 2022 18th John Eduafo 4 February 2023
Dreams FC Ignatius Osei-Fosu Sacked 20 December 2022 16th Abdul-Karim Zito 5 February 2023

Banɛ da di[edit | edit source]

Banɛ da di Ghana Premier League la nɛ yʋʋmbanɛ ka ba di:

·        1956: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1957: Sɔ’ da pʋ dii

·        1958: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1959: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1960: Eleven Wise (Sekondi-Takoradi)

·        1961–62: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1962–63: Real Republicans (Accra)

·        1963–64: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1964–65: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1966: Abandoned

·        1967: Mysterious Dwarves (Cape Coast)

·        1967–68: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1969: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1970: Great Olympics (Accra)

·        1971: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1972: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1973: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1974: Great Olympics (Accra)

·        1975: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1976: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1977: Sekondi Hasaacas (Sekondi)

·        1978: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1979: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1980: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1981: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1982: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1983: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1984: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1985: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1986: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1987: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1988–89: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1989–90: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1990–91: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1991–92: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1992–93: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        1993–94: Goldfields (Obuasi)

·        1994–95: Goldfields (Obuasi)

·        1995–96: Goldfields (Obuasi)

·        1996–97: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1997–98: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        1999: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2000: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2001: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2002: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2003: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2004–05: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2005: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2006–07: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2007–08: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2008–09: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2009–10: Aduana Stars (Dormaa)

·        2010–11: Berekum Chelsea (Berekum)

·        2011–12: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2012–13: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2013–14: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2015: Ashanti Gold (Obuasi)

·        2016: Wa All Stars (Wa)

·        2017: Aduana Stars (Dormaa)

·        2018: Abandoned[16]

·        2019: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)

·        2019–20: Abandoned[17]

·        2020–21: Hearts of Oak (Accra)

·        2021–22: Asante Kotoko (Kumasi)[18]

·        2022–23: Medeama[19]

Banɛ da an kiampiayon nam din yi 1956[edit | edit source]

Clubs City/Region Years Winners Last title
Asante Kotoko Kumasi, Ashanti 1959, 1963–64, 1964–65, 1967–1968, 1969, 1972, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988–89, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 2003, 2005, 2007–08, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2021–22 24 2021–22
Hearts of Oak Accra, Greater Accra 1956, 1958, 1961–62, 1971, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1984, 1985, 1989–90, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2020–21 21 2020–21
Ashanti Gold Obuasi, Ashanti 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 2015 4 2015
Great Olympics Accra, Greater Accra 1970, 1974 2 1974
Aduana Stars Dormaa Ahenkro, Bono 2009–10, 2017 2 2017
Eleven Wise Sekondi-Takoradi, Western Region 1960 1 1960
Real Republicans Accra, Greater Accra 1962–63 1 1962–63
Mysterious Dwarfs Cape Coast, Ghana Central Region 1967 1 1967
Sekondi Hasaacas Sekondi-Takoradi, Western Region 1977 1 1977
Berekum Chelsea Berekum, Bono 2010–11 1 2010–11
Legon Cities Accra, Greater Accra 2016 1 2016
Medeama Tarkwa, Western Region 2022–23 1 2023

Banɛ di goolnam gaadi ba taaba[edit | edit source]

1973–2021 Ghana Premier League Top Scorers
Season Best scorers Team Goals Ref
1973 Peter Lamptey Hearts of Oak 26 [20]
1974 Dan Owusu Bofoakwa Tano 24 [21]
1975 Dan Owusu Bofoakwa Tano 26
1976 Dan Owusu Bofoakwa Tano 28
1977 George Alhassan Great Olympics
1978 Muhammed Choo Real Tamale United 22 [22]
1979 Opoku Afriyie Asante Kotoko
1980 Emmanuel Quarshie Sekondi Hasaacas 18
1981 Opoku Afriyie Asante Kotoko 21
1982 Muhammed Choo Real Tamale United 15 [23]
1983 Anane Kobo Real Tamale United
1984 Anane Kobo Real Tamale United
1985 George Alhassan Great Olympics
1986 Tony Yeboah Cornerstones
1987 Tony Yeboah Cornerstones
1988–89 Henry Acquah Hearts of Oak
1989–90 Muhammed Tijani Cornerstones 15 [24]
1990–91 Thomas Boakye Asante Kotoko
1991–92 Abdul Mumuni Dawu Youngstars
1992–93 Augustine Ahinful Goldfields 12
1993–94 Oscar Laud Dawu Youngstars
1994–95 Charles Amoah Okwawu United
1995–96 Kofi Deblah Goldfields
1996–97 Kofi Deblah Goldfields
1997–98 Joe Fameyeh Hearts of Oak
1999 Ishmael Addo Hearts of Oak 19
2000 Ishmael Addo Hearts of Oak 21
2001 Ishmael Addo Hearts of Oak 22
2002 Bernard Dong Bortey


Charles Asampong Taylor

Hearts of Oak 18
2003 Shaibu Yakubu Goldfields Obuasi 13
2004–05 Samuel Yeboah Heart of Lions
2005 Prince Tagoe Hearts of Oak 18
2006–07 Emmanuel Clottey Great Olympics 14
2007–08 Eric Bekoe Asante Kotoko 17
2008–09 Alex Asamoah Asante Kotoko 16
2009–10 Bismark Idan


Samuel Afum

Kessben

Hearts of Oak

13
2010–11 Nana Poku Berekum Arsenal 17
2011–12 Emmanuel Baffour New Edubiase United 21
2012–13 Mahatma Otoo Hearts of Oak 20
2013–14 Augustine Okrah Bechem 16
2015 Kofi Owusu Berekum Chelsea 19
2016 Latif Blessing Liberty Professionals 14
2017 Hans Kwofie Ashanti Gold 17
2018 Hafiz Konkoni


Kwasi Donsu

Bechem United


Medeama

8
2019–20 Victorien Adebayor International Allies 12
2020–21 Diawisie Taylor Karela United 18
2021–22 Yaw Annor Ashanti Gold 24 [25]

Gbanvɛɛnsa[edit | edit source]

  1. https://www.ghanafa.org/gfa-announces-betpawa-as-new-headline-sponsor-of-the-ghana-premier-league
  2. https://int.soccerway.com/national/ghana/premier-league/20202021/regular-season/r59074/
  3. https://www.goal.com/en-gh/news/4372/features/2016/02/19/20523402/the-idiots-guide-to-the-ghana-premier-league
  4. http://www.iffhs.de/?3e8c00bdce00f90c03bdda15e85fdcdc3bfcdc0aec70aeedb88714
  5. http://www.iffhs.de/?20fa3002f76857a72e00fa2d17f7370eff3702bb1c2bbb6e0d
  6. https://web.archive.org/web/20160314081948/http://www.graphic.com.gh/sports/sports-news/17000-first-capital-plus-rescues-premier-league-with-10million-sponsorship.html
  7. http://ghanasoccernet.com/ghana-fa-announce-us-10m-league-sponsorship-deal-first-capital-plus/
  8. https://web.archive.org/web/20140209034306/http://ghanafa.org/pages/premierleague/201402/9210.php
  9. https://web.archive.org/web/20140206190305/http://www.mtnfootball.com/africa/ghana/news/2013/dec/05-first-capital-plus-makes-first-payment-to-ghana-league.html
  10. https://ghanasoccernet.com/division-one-league-accra-lions-earn-historic-promotion-to-the-gpl-after-victory-over-danbort
  11. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/SportsArchive/2021-22-Ghana-Premier-League-Elmina-Sharks-go-into-final-matchday-already-relegated-1563824
  12. https://ghanasoccernet.com/2021-22-ghana-premier-league-elmina-sharks-relegated-after-defeat-to-berekum-chelsea
  13. https://ghanasoccernet.com/oda-based-kotoku-royals-secure-ghana-premier-league-promotion
  14. https://citisportsonline.com/2022/05/23/fc-samartex-book-historic-qualification-to-ghana-premier-league/
  15. https://www.ghanafa.org/tamale-city-fc-secure-2022-23-betpawa-premier-league-qualification
  16. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_Ghana
  17. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_in_Ghana
  18. https://3news.com/asante-kotoko-are-ghana-premier-league-champions/
  19. https://sportsbrief.com/football/42650-medeama-sc-win-ghana-premier-league-title-season-style/
  20. https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/SportsArchive/Peter-Lamptey-Ghana-s-first-goalking-190944
  21. https://www.pulse.com.gh/sports/football/i-owe-the-success-of-my-football-career-to-kwasi-owusu-three-times-league-top-scorer/7f793v8
  22. https://www.modernghana.com/sports/336846/attach-former-goal-kings-to-national-teams.html
  23. https://www.modernghana.com/sports/336846/attach-former-goal-kings-to-national-teams.html
  24. https://nabonlinegh.wordpress.com/2019/11/26/down-memory-lane-penalty-shootout-in-ghana-league-started-in-1989-90-premier-league/
  25. https://www.modernghana.com/sports/1165853/202122-gpl-yaw-annor-nets-twice-to-end-campaign.html