The Chinese pay TV firm signed a groundbreaking deal with the GFA in 2016 to acquire media rights for the Ghana Premier League, the Gala, the National Division One League, the MTN FA Cup, the Ghana Women’s League and the Ghana Juvenile League for the next 10 years.

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As part of the deal with StarTimes, the broadcasting giants were expected to have constructed ten pitches as stipulated in the contract with the former GFA administration but to no avail.

However, after the deal has reportedly been abrogated as the new GFA administration seeks to get new TV rights for the domestic leagues.

The GFA announced on its website that bidder have been invited for the domestic competitions below.

a. Ghana Premier League;

b. Division One League;

c. Women's Premier League;

d. FA Cup;

e. Women’s FA Cup.

Deadline for the submission of bids is 5pm on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

All complete bids must be addressed to the General Secretary of the GFA before the deadline.

Transparency Note

The GFA wishes to inform the general public since coming into office of the new Executive Council, media organisations have submitted proposals to the GFA.

Meanwhile bidders have been allowed to bid for the radio rights for the domestic competitions

Deadline for the submission of bids is 5pm on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

All complete bids must be addressed to the General Secretary of the GFA before the deadline.