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Afrikan Soccer was founded in May 2010 and it is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ghana Sports Data Service (GSDS) that develops and delivers first rate Africa and Ghana-related sports content from its base in Accra (Ghana) and through its correspondents across the continent.

GSDS provides sports content in audio, video and mobile formats, both through our website Afrikan Soccer and via bespoke content packages for an impressive range of clients.

Afrikan Soccer offers excellent sponsorship and advertising opportunities for brands looking to engage our core audience demographic of educated Ghanaian males, majority-based in the country, as well as abroad.

On this site, you can learn more in detail about our sports content portfolio and get in touch with our team at Afrikan Soccer Marketing should you be interested in advertising and sponsorship opportunities.
We also outline our other commercial activities and provide you with the information and contacts you need to help you find out more about our business.

Services

We have utilised our long running experience in the new media industry to bring unrivalled third party services. We provide research service in the African and Afrikan football industry as well as providing exclusive news, interviews, and features because of our unrivalled access to the top African and Ghanaian players, officials and knowledge of the terrain.

Sports PR & Marketing

GSDS?s marketing team have a wealth of experience in the field of sports public relations in Ghana and Africa. From developing a strategy to suit a brand’s objectives, to developing and implementing a campaign, to evaluating the results, we are fully committed to helping our clients maximise the return they get from their investment in a chosen sport.

Industry Insight

We help our clients add value to their sponsorships by delivering an insight into the sports sector. In short, we will make sure you get to the heart of the sport you are involved in.

Editor:

Kojo Amponsah

Staff Writers

Patrick Akoto, Akyereko Frimpong Manso, Ameenu Shardow, John Deadwell.

E-mail Address

[email protected]

Publisher

Mohammed Sabiru Sannie

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