Goal.com goes live in Ghana


Goal.com, the world’s biggest football website, believes that Africa loves football, a sport it is also passionate about. It is hence expanding to populations in love with soccer and this time round, it is launching in Ghana.

In a post, Goal.com said: ”The continent loves football, and in Africa the beautiful game is more than just a pastime, it is a passion. In Ghana, the story is no different – the passion is on and soaring higher.

“In few countries is that passion more inspiring than Ghana, and it was simply a matter of time before the world’s leading football and new media website – Goal.com – rewarded that inspiration with a local edition of the site.

The site strives to maintain and outdo the high standards it has set in other places around the world.

Kent Mensah, Chief Editor of the Goal.com Ghana edition, says he is very excited about the prospects of bringing Goal.com closer to the people of Ghana.

Goal.com says it will also provide news, personal features, interviews, match reports and editorials to Ghanaians around the world.

It is therefore our great pleasure to announce the launch of the Ghanaian edition of Goal.com, the site said.

With a huge fan base in Ghana, Goal.com will serve loyal Ghanaian fans with a site of their own, which will however be managed by tested Ghanaian football journalists and columnists.

It is Goal.com’s mission to unite the world through football, and with the launch of yet another African edition following the highly successful Goal.com Nigeria, it is one-step closer to bringing the game to the doorsteps of all football-loving nations.

The service will be available via the Web, mobile or apps, with latest news, insightful commentary and worldwide match coverage.

Goal.com launched in March in Nigeria and has been offering football news on the Nigerian football league, tournaments, friendly matches and on Nigerian international players.

Now available on mobile, courtesy of Airtel and Etisalat Nigeria, its is a leading football website in Nigeria.