After a long wait for the prestigious Ghana Football Awards 2021, we bring you a list of all the winners.
The Ghana Football Awards was introduced two years ago, with the aim to reward Football people. This includes coaches, clubs, male and female local players, Ghanaian and African International players and many other categories.
It has since then become an annual event as this year marked the 3rd edition. The event was held at the Grand Arena Conference Center in Accra starting with a black carpet which was hosted by Patrick Osei Agyemang popularly called Country Man Songo.
Besides, it was aired by Joy News and Adom TV both belonging to the Multimedia Group in Ghana for all lovers of football to have a glimpse at how heir favourite players who were nominated in various categories picked up an Award.
Again, there were live performances on stage and in the auditorium were a group of invited guest from football players, legends and well-known personalities who finds themselves in other fields.
Don’t worry if you missed the event because we have the list of all winners of the Ghana Football Awards 2021 which took place on 3rd July, 2021 packed up in this article below.
Ghana Football Awards 2021
Women’s Coach of the Year
Mercy Tagoe – Winner
Men’s Coach of the Year
Samuel Boadu (Accra Hearts of Oak)
Thumbs Up Award
Dr. Daniel McKorley – Founder of McDan Foundation.
Living Legend Award
Female Team of the Year
Male Team Of The Year
Accra Hearts of Oak
Odartey Lamptey Future Star Award
Abdul Fatawu (Steadfast FC)
Special Award to Arthur Wharton
Goalkeeper of the Year
Danlad Ibrahim (Kumasi Asante Kotoko – On Loan At King Faisal)
Best African International Award
Edouard Mendy (Senegal & Chelsea)
Most Vibrant Club On Social Media
Accra Great Olympics
Best Ghanaian Club CEO
Nana Yaw Amponsah (Kumasi Asante Kotoko)
Women’s Football Of the Year
Ophelia Amponsah (Ampem Darkoa Ladies)
Home-based Player of the Year
Ibrahim Salifu (Accra Hearts of Oak)
Goal of the Year
Nasiru Moro (Legon Cities Football Club)
Player of the Decade
Footballer of the Year
Andre Dede Ayew (Black stars)