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Media Accreditation and Television Rights for Ghana Premier League

Press Release: Media Accreditation and Television Rights for Ghana Premier LeagueAccreditation
gfaThe Ghana Football Association (GFA) wishes to inform members of the media that all accreditation cards issued last season are still valid for entry to matches in the upcoming football season, including FA Cup matches.
The GFA will issue media accreditation tags to those who applied last year but were not issued their cards by close of this week.
The accreditation process has also been opened to new applicants.
All application requests must be on a letter head of the media house applying, and must be signed by a designated official of the media house.
The request must reach the FA by close of day on Wednesday February 17, 2016.
Those who have already been accredited but have lost their cards can also apply for replacements at a cost of GHS 20 Cedis per card.
Payments for such replacements should be made at the accounts office of the GFA and the receipts must be attached to the application letter. No replacement will be processed without proof of payment.
Meanwhile, television stations interested in covering the Premier League should contact Multichoice Ghana for the necessary rights arrangements.
Credit: GFA Communications Department

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