GFA set 15% commission for any person who secures sponsorship for the association

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The Ghana Football Association’s Executive Council has agreed that a maximum of 15.0 per cent should be paid by the FA as Commission to any person (natural or legal persons) who secures sponsorship or commercial partnership for the association.

To this end, the term “any person” includes; GFA Staff, GFA Executive Council members, Members of the GFA, club officials, media persons, companies, individuals, marketing companies or agents, any member of the general public.

The Executive Council also wishes to inform the General Public that any participant in football – players, coaches, Executive committee members, club officials, members of the GFA may seek sponsorship for the GFA.

However, such a person or participant in football who wishes to secure sponsorship for the GFA:

MUST disclose their interest in football or any related football activity.

MUST immediately recuse themselves from the decision-making process of approving the sponsorship to avoid any conflict of interest or potential conflict of interest.

The policy approved by the Executive Council has also stated that Walk-in sponsorships shall not attract any commission whatsoever.

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