Footballers are adored and loved by their millions of fans. They get paid millions of dollars for their services and with that they provide the best of life for their significant others. Have you taken a look at the spouses and arm candies of these players? They get invited to the biggest events, and even sometimes get brand endorsements - meet our list of the hottest Ghanaian Football Wives And Girlfriends (WAGs). They are beautiful, stylish and not ashamed to stand by their men!!!
Melissa Satta (Kevin Prince Boateng)
Melissa is an Italian-American television presenter and a communications expert. She has appeared in several magazine covers and has been named among the sexiest women in Germany. She already has a son with Kevin the two are expected to tie the knot very soon. They have been covered as the sexiest couple in Italy.
Menaye Donkor (Sulley Muntari)
Menaye is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, philanthropist and a former beauty queen who was named Miss Universe Ghana. She also represented Ghana in Miss Universe 2004. She was named the sexiest footballer wife in Africa in 2014, and well we agree.
Omega Inkoom (Samuel Inkoom)
The strongest footballer wife in Ghana would definitely be Omega Inkoom. She is not just a hot woman; she is very confident and a loyal wife. She owns several boutiques in her name and wears some of the finest clothes.
Abena Asamoah (Kwadwo Asamoah)
Abena is a university graduate and the baby-mama of Kwadwo Asamoah's first child. Unlike the other WAGS she keeps a very low profile and is comfortable being a house wife for the footballer.
Yvonne Ayew (Dede Ayew)
This young beautiful lady is definitely one hot baby-mama - bearing a daughter with Dede. Yvonne is always seen around the footballer and both have the same tattoo of their child on their arms.
Amanda Acquah (Afriyie Acquah)
Although Amanda got married to Afriyie sometime in 2014, she is best known for the infamous voice notes that went viral this January, insulting and accusing the girlfriend of her former husband, Kennedy Agyapong (Kenpong). The mother of one owns several businesses.