Aduana Stars F.C.

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Full name Aduana Stars Football Club Dormaa Ahenkro
Nickname(s) Aduana Ogya!!
Founded 1985
Ground Agyeman Badu Stadium[1]
Dormaa Ahenkro, Brong-Ahafo
Ground Capacity 5,000
Chairman Albert Commey
Manager Aristică Cioabă
League Glo Premier League
2013–14 Ghana Premier League, 4th
Current season

Aduana Stars FC is a professional football club, based in Dormaa Ahenkro, Brong-Ahafo, Ghana. The club is competing in the Glo Premier League.[2]


Aduana stars was formed from ma Aduana won th 2009–10 Glo Premier League title as fewest scoring side in the Glo Premier League, setting a world record for least productive champions with 19 goals in 30 matches. With an average of 0.6333 goals per match, they broke the all-time record set by Trabzonspor. The Turkish Süper Lig side became champions in 1979–80 with 25 goals in 30 matches (average of 0.8333).



Performance in CAF competitions[edit]

2011 – Preliminary Round
2011 – First Round

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Ghana GK Stephen Adams
2 Ghana DF Gabriel Opoku-Ware
3 Ghana DF Nasiru Ali
4 Ghana DF Usmani Bramah
5 Ghana DF Akwasi Boakye
6 Ghana DF Emmanuel Ansong
7 Ghana MF Emmanuel Allan
8 Ghana MF Francis Aduhene
9 Ghana FW Nurudeen Ali
10 Ghana FW Kwame Frimpong
11 Ghana MF Francis Larbi
12 Ghana FW Joseph Dabitora
13 Ghana DF Raphael Adams
14 Ghana MF Bright Frimpong
15 Ghana DF Joseph Doe
16 Ghana MF George Ampofoh
17 Ghana DF Wahab Adams
18 Ghana MF Yaw Nana Frimpong
19 Ghana FW Moses Boye
20 Ghana DF Joseph Mugri
21 Ghana MF Ernest Osei Boakye
23 Ghana FW Alhassan Weah
22 Nigeria FW Okadigbo Chukwuka
No. Position Player
24 Ghana MF Issah Clottey
25 Ghana DF Gabriel Opoku
26 Ghana MF Samuel Asiedu
28 Ghana MF Adoma Johnson
30 Ghana GK Celestine Damptey
31 Ghana FW Richard Addai
33 Ghana DF Godfred Saka
34 Ghana DF Ashmond Asamoah
35 Ghana MF Tennyson Opoku
36 Ghana FW Francis Aduhene
36 Ghana MF Lantei Lamtey
37 Ghana MF Francis Adusei
38 Ghana MF Emmanuel Allan
39 Ghana MF Joseph Bentil
40 Ghana FW Nana Yaw Agyei
41 Vanuatu DF Daniel Donald
42 Ghana MF Ricky Agyei-Mensah
43 Ghana DF Isaac Anderson
45 New Caledonia MF Lopoko Alfonso
46 Ghana DF Abubakar Nassam
55 Fiji MF K.S. Kumar
99 Ghana FW Bernard Dong Bortey


  • Ghana Herbert Addo (April 1, 2010 – Aug 2, 2011)
  • Romania Aristică Cioabă (Aug 4, 2011 – June 30, 2012)
  • Ghana Joseph Emmanuel Sarpong (Aug 17, 2013 – Oct 25, 2013)
  • Montenegro Milisav Bogdanović (Nov 8, 2013–present)