The Kumasi Sports Stadium is the biggest sports stadium in Ghana. The stadium is not solely for football matches but it is also used for other sporting events such as athletics. The number of seats in the stadium is more than 40,500. Chelsea Football club on the other hand has almost same number of seats in the stadium.
Jordan Pierre Ayew (born 11 September 1991) is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Crystal Palace and the Ghana national team.
The Baba Yara Sports Stadium is the largest stadium in Ghana. The stadium, built in 1957 by the United African Company (UAC) is the biggest stadium in the country with a seating capacity of 40,528. The stadium was originally built in 1957 but was inaugurated as a football pitch in 1959. No other stadium in the country meets its size making it stand out as the largest. After its inauguration in 1959, its first stands were constructed in 1971. The stadium was rebuilt in 1977, with its name called the Kumasi Sports
Kotoko has been the mother club of Ghana since the inception of the team to premier. The club is not only physical but spiritually, we stood behind it. This is what most of the people say about the club in many instances, where things are not going on well for the team in terms of finances or performance. "Awal Mohammed, I was in a limbo when I decided to go and witness how Kotoko play. Rather unfortunate , I was not having a penny on me, the decision I took was outrageous and complacent. However, how I will
Kumasi Sports Stadium also called Baba Yara sports stadium is the pride of Kumasi. It was built in 1959 and was first renovated in the year 1978. After continuous usage, it got renovated again in 2007. There's been many times the spectators complained whenever they went to watch a match and also enjoy themselves. It started from the seats in the stands, washroom problems, the grass on the pitch, leakages everywhere, problem with the scoreboard and a whole lot. After the renovation in 2007, schools in Kumasi
Baba Yara whose real name was Osman Seidu was a Ghanaian international football player. He was born on the 12th of October, 1936 in Kumasi. He was a foremost player voted twice as Ghana's best football player of the year because of his amazing goal scoring skill. He earned a name for himself. He was called King Winger. Baba Yara began his carrer as a horse jockey player at the Accra Turf Club from 1950-1955. He was then signed by Kotoko in 1955 from which he rose to fame after a few years and became the greatest
Baba Yara(Osman Seidu), popularly known as ‘King of Wingers’ was a great footballer who played for Asante Kotoko and the national team, The Black Stars. His career was short-lived due to a motor accident he had at age 26, involving other team mates of The Real Republicans team when returning from the Volta region to Accra after a match. He was paralyzed until he died at a young age of 33 in 1969. Kumasi Sports Stadium is named after him. He was born on October 12, 1936, in Kumasi, Ashanti and died on M
On September 17, 1961, to reach the 1961 FA Cup final, the Porcupine Warriors beat their bitterest opponents, Hearts of Oak, 6-5. Exactly 59 years ago today, after edging Hearts of Oak in the semi-finals of the FA Cup at Kumasi Sports Stadium, Kumasi Asante Kotoko cruised to a 6-5 win. It was a first-class game, watched by a large spectator. It was one of the most entertaining and dramatic replay ever played in Ghana on all the semifinals. That was a nerve racking match and Kwame Adarkwa's equalizer was the