Volta FA chair leads delegation to meet Ketu South MCE ahead of maiden Volta Regional Beach Soccer League


Hon. Maxwell Lugudor received Volta FA chair and team in his office as start of maiden Volta FA beach Soccer looms

As part of preparations for the commencement of the upcoming Volta Regional Beach Soccer League, the Volta Regional Football Association (VRFA) has met the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Ketu South Municipality, Hon. Maxwell Lugudor in Aflao, in the Volta Region.

The meeting was aimed at officially informing the MCEs in the coastal areas about the maiden regional Beach Soccer League scheduled to start this year and to seek support from leaders and stakeholders in the coastal parts where the sport will be played.

ads. Adonai Estate LimitedThe VRFA delegation includes the Chairman, Daniel Agbogah, Regional Secretary, Promise Michael Ahiagba, Chairman of the Beach Soccer Committee, Dzidodo Reuben Adjahoe, and Ketu District Football Association (DFA) Chairman and member of the Beach Soccer Committee, Barson Foli.

The VRFA Chairman, Daniel Agbogah noted that the success and development of Beach Soccer in the coastal areas of the region can only be made possible if stakeholders and leaders champion it.

The Regional FA Boss appealed to the Ketu South MCE, Maxwell Lugudor to lead and front the maiden edition which would kick start in Aflao.

“In Ghana when Beach Soccer is mentioned, it is the Volta Region” 

“If we do not handle what we have with care, it can slip from us, in order not to watch it slip away from us we want you to front the success of Beach Soccer in our region,” Daniel Agbogah said.

The MCE of Ketu South, Maxwell Lugudor, who was excited about the start of the maiden event in his municipality, pledged his support for the league.

“I am grateful that you are here today, this is a great initiative and I am ready to support you anytime and help create links that will see to the success of Beach Soccer in the Ketu Municipality and other coastal areas.” Hon. Maxwell Lugudor said.

The VRFA is optimistic to have a successful partnership with stakeholders in the sport and has scheduled another meeting with the MCE of Keta and DCE of Anloga.

The delegation visited two potential Arenas, (the South Beach Resort and the Pledge Beach) for the upcoming League.

An inspection team will soon commence work to approve venues and set a date for the maiden Beach Soccer League.

Source: Tilda Elinam Acolor tildagh@gmail.com

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