The fifth edition of the Ghana Football Awards was held at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on Sunday, June 25, 2023.
Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus took home the biggest prize of the day as he was named the Footballer of the Year, inheriting the award won by Alexander Djiku during the 2022 edition.
The Ajax man beat competition from Black Stars teammates Joseph Paintsil and Salis Abdul Samed to win the award.
Ghana Premier League champions, Medeama Sporting Club, dominated the awards with the head coach, Evans Adotey, and CEO, Moses Armah, leading the charge.
The Mauves and Yellows also won the Male Team of the Year award.
In the Odartey Lamptey Future Star category, FC Nordsjaelland forward Ernest Nuamah emerged as the winner ahead of Black Princesses’ skipper Stella Nyamaekye and Princess Owusua.
Below is the list of winners:
Footballer of the Year
Mohammed Kudus – Ajax
Women’s Footballer of the Year
Blessing Shine Agbomdzi – ASFAR, Morocco
Men’s Coach of the Year
Evans Adotey – Medeama
Women’s Coach of the Year
Nana Joe Adarkwa – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Odartey Lamptey Future Star Award
Ernest Nuamah – FC Nordsjaelland
Goalkeeper of the Year
Felix Kyei – Medeama
Home-based Footballer of the Year (Male)
Sampson Eduku -Tamale City
Home-based Footballer of the Year (Female)
Mary Amponsah – Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Ghana Premier League Goal King
Women’s Premier League Goal Queen
Princess Owusua – Fabulous Ladies
Goal of the Year
Serge-Eric Zeze – Asante Kotoko
Best Ghanaian Club CEO
Moses Parker – Medeama
Male Team of the Year
Female Team of the Year
Ampem Darkoa Ladies
Best African International
Victor Osimhen – Napoli
Most Vibrant Club on Social Media
Special Fan (s) of the Year
Die Hard Supporters Union
Thumbs Up Award
Living Legend Award
Sir Sam Jonah