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What we often hear about are the men footballers from Ghana especially because they play in the top clubs abroad.
But did you know that quite a handful of Ghana women footballers have put their names on the sands of time too?
Those female Ghanaian footballers are the ones NaijNaira has compiled in this article for you to see.
Meanwhile, here are the Salaries of the Top 5 Highest Paid Ghanaian Players Abroad. Also, see the top 10 Most Beautiful Wives of Ghanaian Footballers.
Top 5 Female Ghanaian Footballers
5. Ernestina Abambila
Ernestina is a midfielder who plays for UKS SMS Łódź in the Polish women’s Ekstraliga and the Ghanaian National team.
She started her professional career at Belarusian club FC Minsk in 2017 where she became the first Ghanian to score in UEFA Women’s Champions League when FC Minsk beat Ljubljana in the group stage of the 2017-18 UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Internationally, the 23-year-old has played for the Ghana U17 and U20 in the past and already has 2 caps for Ghana.
4. Florence Okoe
Florence plays as a midfielder for Ghanaian club Ghatel Ladies and the Ghanaian National team.
Internationally, the 37-year-old midfielder is known for her swift and constructive distribution of passes and has represented Ghana at four African Women’s Championships competitions in 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2010.
3. Elizabeth Addo
Elizabeth currently plays as a forward for Swedish club Djurgårdens IF. She started her professional career at Athleta Ladies F.C. in Ghana.
Internationally, as captain, she led the team to third place position in the 2016 AWCON and has 10 goals in 25 caps for Ghana.
2. Alberta Sackey
Alberta is a Ghanaian former international footballer who played as a forward for the Ghanaian National team.
She made appearances for Ghana at the 1999 and 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She scored a superb goal against Australia in the 2003 World Cup which was nominated on FIFA.com for the greatest goal in Women’s World Cup history. She won the 2002 African Women’s Footballer of the Year.
1. Portia Boakye
Portia currently plays as a forward for Swedish club Djurgården and the Ghanaian women’s National team. She is widely regarded as one of the best left-footed players on the African continent.
She played at youth level for the fabulous Ladies from 2004-2009 before joining the club’s senior team in 2009. She left them in 2016 after seven years at the club to join Ostersunds DFF.
At national level, Portia is an outstanding figure in her country and was on the scoresheet when Ghana defeated Senegal 3-0 to secure their place in the 2010 Africa Women’s Championship.
Boakye won the 2016 best Ghanaian female footballer of the year organized by Ghana Sports Writers after claiming the highest vote.
This article was updated 3 months ago