Ghana Women's Football League
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|Current champions||Hasaacas Ladies
A national women's football league in Ghana was first played in 2012–13. Regional and zonal leagues existed long ago.
Up to 2006 only some regional areas had active women's football leagues. In 2006 a zonal league was created, that played out a national champion for the first time. Ghana was divided into three zones that played a league stage. Each zone then advanced two teams to a national stage.
The current format was first played in 2012–13. The league is played in two divisions, after the league stage, both division winners meet in a championship final. The first final was won by Hasaacas Ladies 2–1 over Fabulous Ladies at the Accra Sports Stadium. A large part of football equipment was sponsored by FIFA.
The twelve teams of the initial season were divided into two zones of six teams.
- Southern Zone
- Cape Coast Ghatel Ladies, Soccer Intellectuals, Hasaacas Ladies, Ayoola Ladies, Immigration Ladies, Volta Amalga Ladies
- Northern Zone
- Bolga Ghatel, Reformers, Lepo Ladies, Ampem Darkoa Ladies, Fabulous Ladies, Ashtown Ladies
The list of champions and runners-ups:
|2012–13||Hasaacas Ladies||2–1||Fabulous Ladies|
|2013–14||Hasaacas Ladies||0–0 a.e.t. (5–3 pen.)||Fabulous Ladies|
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