Ghanaian clubs have joined Dreams FC with warm messages in celebrating the club’s 11th anniversary today.
The Ghana Premier League side known for grooming young players was founded on July 14, 2009, by the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Kurt E.S Okraku together with Mohammed Jiji Alifoe and Prince Abdul.
The journey has not been rosy but with determination and hard work, they are now counted amongst the best-run clubs in the country with a club-house and their own Stadium, the Theatre of Dreams at Dawu.
On the occasion of their 11th anniversary, Dreams FC has been joined by Premier League clubs such as Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Liberty Professionals, Inter Allies, as well as other Clubs from the National Division One League to celebrate.
Check out some of the tweets from the clubs below: