Ghana will commission it’s first Fifa ‘Football for Hope’ center in Cape Coast on March 24.
The project is an off-shoot initiative of Fifa following the successful hosting of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa designed to aid needy children through football and education.
It is part of a plan to leave a lasting legacy for Africa after delivering the most profitable Mundial in World Cup history.
Several Fifa, Caf and Ghana FA officials are expected to grace the commissioning of the project which includes an artificial pitch, an office and ICT block with classrooms.
The center have already produced several talents for Ghana including the current leading striker of the female U-20 team (the Black Princesses) Florence Dadson.