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Ghana Football Leagues

Ghana Football Leagues
Country Ghana
Confederation CAF
Level on pyramid 2
Domestic cup(s) Ghanaian FA Cup
Ghana Super Cup
International cup(s) CAF Confederation Cup
TV partners GFA TV (Live Matches & Highlights)

List of Professional Leagues from Ghana under the Globacom Premier League.


  • Division One League (Ghana national bank Division One league) 1
    • Zone 1A 1.1
    • Zone 1B 1.2
    • Zone 2 1.3
      • Zone 2A 1.3.1
      • Zone 2B 1.3.2
    • Zone 3 1.4
      • Zone 3A 1.4.1
      • Zone 3B 1.4.2
  • Division Two League 2
  • Division Three League 3
  • GAFCOA 4
  • External links 5

Division One League (Ghana national bank Division One league)

2011–12 teams

Zone 2

Zone 3

Division Two League

2011–12 teams

Division Three League

2011–12 teams
  • Jancole Football Academy (Darkuman-Accra)
  • Akotex FC (Tema)
  • Cornerstones
  • Dumas Boys of GTP (Tema)
  • Dunkwa-On-Offin Starke FC
  • Ghapoha FC
  • Monsasonic FC
  • Great Ashantis
  • Mankessim Striking Force
  • Neoplan Stars
  • Palma F.C.
  • S.C. Adelaide
  • Techiman Universal Stars
  • Thirds World
  • Voradep
  • Accra angels soccer academy
  • Sharp Arrows ((Kanda 441))
  • Great African United
  • Royal Eagle Football club (Dansoman)


GHANA AMATEUR FOOTBALL CLUB OWNERS ASSOCIATION (GAFCOA) is an association of amateur (2nd, 3rd and juvenile) club Owners who have come together to seek the welfare and development of the named category and to produce quality players for the game of football in Ghana.

External links

  • Ghana Leagues
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