This weekend’s event, the seventh in the history of the competition, provides an opportunity for young prospective footballers from the Zongo communities, in particular, to showcase their talent in competitive action.
Kotoko’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nana Amponsah said the partnership with the Sheikh Sharubutu Ramadan Cup is part of the club’s social responsibility.
“Asante Kotoko is a massive, community-based club, and as part of our social responsibilities, and the club’s proud history with the Zongo community, we are excited to offer this opportunity to youngsters from Zongos through the Sheikh Sharubutu Ramadan Cup, which is also played in honour of our revered grandfather, the National Chief Imam,” Nana Amponsah said.
The organisers of the competition posted about the agreement on Facebook, expressing their gratitude to the Ghana Premier League club.
“We are grateful to Asante Kotoko for this opportunity and we trust you find the next star.”