The new $6 million Ghana Premier League (GPL) headline sponsorship agreement, which will begin in mid-August 2022, will pay the 18 Ghana Premier League clubs $25,277 annually.
After three seasons without a major sponsor, the GPL will now have one after the GFA signed a three-year contract with BetPawa, a gaming company.
According to the agreement made public by the FA, the corporation will invest $2 million annually over the course of three years.
A breakdown of the $2 million investment shows that the clubs will receive a little over 22.7% of the total.
Of the $2 million, $1 million (50%) will go into marketing and promotion of the league, $255,000(12.8%) will be allocated for administrative works and officiating, and $300,000(14.5%) will go into the contraction of a mini stadium then the remaining 22.7%, which $455,000 will be shared among the clubs.
Since there are 18 clubs, $445,000 divided among them equals $25,277 for each club.
Each team received GHC 248,761 as compensation from the BetPawa agreement, or $25,277.