The Ghana Football Association will establish a football museum at the Ghanaman Soccer Center of Excellence in Prampram.
According to GFA President, Kurt Okraku, the museum will serve as a one stop avenue to preserve Ghana football’s history and journey and will be stocked with documentaries.
Okraku says the GFA will work with the Ghana Tourism Authority to ensure patronage once completed.
“A museum is a must-have property for the GFA,” Kurt Okraku said at the GFA Meet the Press.
“A fully-functional communications department will ensure that a library, museum, will all be done at Prampram to sell Ghana football to the general public, especially school Children.
“We will also liase with the tourism authority to ensure that our museum is patronized once it’s completed,” Kurt Okraku said.