Red Bull Ghana

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Red Bull Ghana
Full name Red Bull Ghana
Nickname(s) Red Bulls
Founded 2008
Dissolved 2014
Ground Red Bull Academy Stadium
Sogakope, South Tongu District, Ghana
Ground Capacity 1,000
Owner Austria Red Bull GmbH
Chairman Austria Stefan Kozak
Manager Netherlands Sipke Hulshoff
League Division One League Zone 3B

Red Bull Ghana was a Ghanaian professional football club and academy located in Sogakope, South Tongu District, Ghana, which was founded in 2008 and abolished in 2014. The club was owned by Red Bull, and last played in Division One League Zone 3B.


Founded in 2008, the academy associated with the team has gone on to produce coaches and players alike. The team reached the second highest league in Ghana in 2009.[1] Red Bull Ghana was relegated to Division Two in 2013. In August 2014 Red Bull abolished the academy and the club and it was merged with Feyenoord Academy to West African Football Academy.[2]

Red Bull Ghana U17s lost 2–3 on penalties in the final of an International Tournament in Croix, France.

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