The Ghana Football Association has disclosed what the association is going to use the $9.5 million world cup proceeds to do.
This was disclosed by the GFA’s Communications Director, Henry Asante Twum, who said the association made $9.5 million from the tournament.
“Ghana earned $9.5 million at the group stage of the World Cup,” Asante Twum told Asempa FM, as quoted by 3Sports.
“The plan now is to turn Ghanaman Centre of Excellence into at least a 3-star hotel with a 60 to 70 capacity. We want to raise the standard of the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence so that it can host matches of all our national teams.
Ghana is one of the countries that participated in the 2022 world cup which was hosted in Qatar Doha.
During the tournament, Ghana spent an amount of $5,171, 840 on the team in Qatar, thereby saving almost $3 million on the initially budget.