The best female teams in the GFA and a few U-17 clubs in Tema have received donations from the US-based Soccer For Dreamers.
They say that perfect practice makes perfect, but not every Ghanaian child who wants to play professional football has the necessary gear, such as boots, shin guards, bibs, etc.
With the help of American organizations and individuals, Jed, Baruch, and Kayden Akwaboah, three brothers who co-founded Soccer For Dreamers, gathered equipment for some youth teams in Ghana, including footballs, shin guards, and boots.
The three brothers gave money to four Tema Under-17 teams on July 28, 2022, during a gala game at Prisco Park.
At the Ghana Football Association Secretariat on July 29, Sylvia Akwaboah, the mother of the three siblings, gave a presentation on menstruation cups.
The top 3 zonal competition winners received cups, wristbands, and kits from Soccer For Dreams after the event.
On July 30, Soccer For Dreamers also gave money to the Roman Stallion FC team in Kumasi.
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