The mineral resource company announced the package to the Ghanaian media last week as they aim to cushion the Mauve and Yellows on a sound financial footing ahead of the 2020-21 Premier League season.
The Mauve and Yellows have become a huge commercial draw in the West African nation after an explosive campaign in the past two seasons which ended prematurely. Medeama will overtake the commercial gap on their competitors as they sign this new partnership with Goldfields
Medeama board chairman, Dr. Toni Aubynn led the massive sponsorship talks with the mining powerhouse who has been a significant backbone for the two-time FA Cup holders over the years.
Goldfields will take over as the principal sponsor of Medeama SC after the club ended its association with betting firm Betway. This makes the team one of the richest currently in the country. This new sponsorship has seen Medeama renovate and upgrade its office and playing body.
The mining firm is already constructing a $13m 10,000 seater capacity stadium for the club amid a sustained sponsorship to make the team unbeatable in the West African nation.
With these new sponsorship and facilities we can conclude that Medeama is the gradually becoming the RealMadrid of Ghana football.
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