Fresh from an impressive campaign in the maiden CAF Women’s Champions League campaign where they finished as silver medalists, Hasaacas Ladies are bent on winning their fourth trophy in less than a year when the Women’s Super Cup kicks off.
The Hasmal Ladies won the 2021 Women’s Premier League, the FA Cup and were crowned WAFU Zone B champions before finishing second in the Champions League.
The first edition of the Super Cup gets underway on Thursday, November 25, with eight Women’s Premier League teams participating in the competition.
These eight teams have been put into a group of two, with each group consisting of four teams. The teams were selected based on their league positions from the 2021 league season.
Group A is made up of Ampem Darkoa Ladies, Prisons Ladies, Berry Ladies and Soccer Intellectuals while Hasaacas Ladies, Lady Strikers, Kumasi Sports and Ashtown Ladies complete Group B.
Ampem Darkoa Ladies will face Prisons Ladies in the first game of the tournament at 3pm before Berry Ladies take on Soccer Intellectuals.
The Madina Astro Turf and the McDan Park will be the two venues that will be used throughout the tournament.
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