Women football in Ghana has not been under a good light for years now.
Seasonal leagues have struggled to commence with clubs grappling with fundraising for administration.
Good pitches and other logistics have also marred the beauty of the women’s game in Ghana with the West African nation struggling to compete with their African counterparts.
There seem to be a glimmer of hope for women football now under the Kurt Okraku led administration.
The FA has planned a massive support for the clubs with the collaboration of the Ghana government.
There is also a support scheme under Youth Employment programme to help ameliorate the plight of women football clubs in Ghana.
Notwithstanding all these current support, Ghana FA president, Kurt Okraku believes there is still more room for improvement in a bid to grow the women’s game in Ghana.
“If you speak to all the people into women football, all the club owners, they will show their appreciation of the work being done by this FA.
“But there is a lot more to be done, the women’s club need support and that’s why I will encourage the women with very good social standing to preach the women gospel.
“Because women football need attention.
“In recent times because of government’s investment in astroturfs, they play on good pitches these days in the Southern side.
“The Northern side will soon get their share of the Astroturfs.
“But on the whole women football need more pitches, balls, like jerseys and even money.” Kurt Okraku said on Adom fm.