Ghana Premier League
|Number of teams||16|
|Levels on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Ghana Football Leagues|
|Domestic cup(s)||Ghanaian FA Cup
Ghana Super Cup
|International cup(s)||CAF Champions League
CAF Confederation Cup
|Current champions||Asante Kotoko
|Most championships||Asante Kotoko (23)|
|2013–14 First Capital Plus Bank Premier League|
The First Capital Plus Bank Premier League is the official name of the top professional football division of the football league system in Ghana. Formed in 1956, it has been dominated by Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak. The league is organized by the Ghana Football Association and was ranked as the 11th best league in Africa by the IFFHS from 2001-2010, and the league was also ranked 65th in the IFFHS' Best Leagues of the World ranking, in the 1st Decade of the 21st Century (2001-2010). On 4 February 2014, the league became known as the First Capital Plus Bank Premier League for sponsorship reasons.On the 4th of February 2014, First Capital Plus Bank became the headline sponsor of the Ghana Premier League.
In September 2013, SuperSport secured the television production and broadcast rights to the Ghana Premier League after signing a deal with the GFA.
Previous winners of the league are:
Performance by club
|Club||City / Region||Titles||Last Title|
|Asante Kotoko||Kumasi, Ashanti||23||2012/13|
|Hearts of Oak||Accra, Greater Accra||20||2008/09|
|Ashanti Gold||Obuasi, Ashanti||3||1995/96|
|Great Olympics||Accra, Greater Accra||2||1974|
|Eleven Wise||Sekondi, Western||1||1960|
|Real Republicans||Accra, Greater Accra||1||1962/63|
|Mysterious Dwarves||Cape Coast, Central||1||1966|
|Sekondi Hasaacas||Sekondi, Western||1||1977|
|Aduana Stars||Dormaa Ahenkro, Brong-Ahafo||1||2009/10|
|Berekum Chelsea||Berekum, Brong-Ahafo||1||2010/11|
Glo Premier League: Top Scorers
|2011–2012 Glo Premier League: Top Scorers|
|Rank||Player||Nationality||Team||Goals||Ghana national team player|
|1||Emmanuel Baffour||Ghanaian||New Edubiase United||21||✔|
|2||Mohammed Yakubu||Ghanaian||Ashanti Gold||16||✖|
|3||Louis Agyemang||Ghanaian||Medeama SC||11||✖|
|Richard Addai||Ghanaian||Bechem United||✖|
|4||Mahatma Otoo||Ghanaian||Hearts of Oak||10||Ghana U-23 team and Ghana U-20 team player|
|5||Ahmed Toure||Ivorian||Asante Kotoko||8|
|6||Latif Salifu||Ghanaian||Liberty Professionals||7||✖|
|Seidu Bancey||Ghanaian||Ebusua Dwarfs||✖|
|James Abban||Ghanaian||Hearts of Oak||✖|
|Abdul Basit||Ghanaian||Berekum Chelsea||✖|
|Emmanuel Clottey||Ghanaian||Berekum Chelsea||✔|
|Abubakar Sidi||Ghanaian||Tudu Mighty Jets||✖|
|7||Godfred Saka||Ghanaian||Aduana Stars||6||✖|
|8||Gilbert Fiamenyo||Ghanaian||Heart of Lions||5||✖|
|Nathaniel Asamoah||Ghanaian||Asante Kotoko||✔|
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