Ghana v Nigeria In Kumasi: GFA Rakes In A Record $190,000 From The Gates


The first leg of the 2022 World Cup playoff between the Black Stars and the Super Eagles raked in a record GH₵1.4 million ($190,000), a football revenue record in the West African nation, Megasportsarena.com understands.

According to ghanasoccernet.com, the proceed from the match played at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi was the highest ever grossed in any football game in the country.

Ghana’s National Sports Authority boss Professor Peter Twumasi said “This is the highest amount the we’ve recorded from ticket sales from any national team football match, ever.”

The 2nd leg of the World Cup playoff is billed for the MKO Abiola national stadium, Abuja on Tuesday.


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