GFA to hold maiden edition of U-15 Inter Girls Regional challenge cup in Prampram

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The Ghana Football Association will hold the maiden edition of the U15 Girls Inter-Regional Challenge Cup at its technical center in Prampram – the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence.

The Association earlier this month announced that it will be establishing four new age group national teams each for boys and girls to complement the existing ones.

These new national teams will be for developmental purposes to serve as feeder teams for the competitive national teams.

President of the Ghana Football Association, who doubles as the Chairman of the National Juvenile Committee, Mr. Kurt. E.S. Okraku, announced that the U15 Girls Inter-Regional Challenge Cup will be held in June, 2024 at Prampram.

The competition will provide a platform for the national team coaches to identify top talents for further development and progression into the appropriate age group national teams.

The Football Association already has the KGL U17 Regional Championship for boys and the U15 Regional Challenge Cup for girls will be the first of its kind in the country.

The new national teams will have U-16, U-18, U-19 and U-21 for Boys and U-16, U-18, U-19, U-21, and U23 for Girls.

The Association is keen on transforming women’s football and making it competitive across all levels which will have a positive impact on the National teams.

Players from each of the age groups will progress to the relevant next level year after year as they will camp, train and play games locally and Internationally as part of their development.

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