The 2020 FIFA Global Transfer market report has proven the Ghanaian Football landscape recieved in excess of 1 Millions US Dollars from activities of player movements in the year under review.
FIFA published the 2020 edition of the FIFA Global Transfer Market Report, which charts the transfers of professional men’s and women’s players.
For the first time, the report also includes the transfers of amateur footballers worldwide. Thanks to changes to the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players (RSTP) and enhancements to the Transfer Matching System (TMS), since July 2020 FIFA has also been able to process and facilitate transfers of amateurs in TMS.
During the first six months of implementation, some 17,382 amateur players switched clubs.
Football player transfers represent not only the largest movement of sports people but also the largest of all sectors of economic or social activity.
A total of 35,744 transfers across borders were recorded in 2020: 18,112 involving professionals (men and women) plus another 17,632 involving amateurs.
For Ghana, a total of 106 players were transferred into the domestic leagues from other parts of the world, whiles 165 others were transferred from the Domestic leagues, with 37 engaging clubs, while 39 other clubs were incolved in releasing the players.
The Financial benefits of the transfers amounted to 1.3 million US dollars coming to the Ghana League, with 0 US Dollars in Spending from the clubs.