GFA Opens Media Accreditation For Ghana vs Angola Clash

Ghana’s football governing body, GFA, has opened media accreditation for Ghana’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier clash against Angola on 23 March at Baba Sports Stadium.

The Ghana Football Association has announced that media persons who are interested in covering the game between Ghana and Angola are required to send in their applications which are signed by a manager or an editor of their outfit to the Head of Public Relations, National Sports Authority through the email:

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It goes on to instruct that applicants should attach a copy of a passport photograph to the application letter. They added that the deadline for the submission of applications is Monday 20 March.

Successful applications will be able to pick their accreditation tags on Thursday 23 March at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi, from 9am to 1pm.

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The FA makes it clear that applicants without passport photographs attached to the applications will not be considered.

There have been three categories of media organizations; television, radio, and print/online portal. Each media house is expected to present one applicant.

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