Hasaacas Ladies Football Club 2021 A–Z: Part Two

Let’s delve into the second part of telling our stories for an awesome year we have had; four finals in all and looking forward to making perfect four trophies in our cabinet this year alone.

To look at the standouts for this epic year, we shoot our shots and raise the flags on some of the highlights; continuing alphabetically from where we left of the last time.
From A – E in our first outing, here we are F – J.

Famous for the Right Reasons

A mammoth increase in all our endeavors this season due to the splendid outcomes we have had this particular year – 2021 has been a major blessing.

Hasaacas Ladies FC has seen a major growth not only on the pitch but commercially our successes on the pitch has contributed to an increase on all fronts.

Twitter Account created June 2020 has now reached a little away from a fourteen thousand followers, actually, the last three weeks has seen a mammoth four hundred percent increase.

Facebook and Instagram have had a significant increase all the same also our Google search ratings are on the up and up – can’t be less appreciative for the immense support received.

Goals and Scorers

The semifinal of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League saw the team score its 72nd goal of the season; in the 35th game played this year, it means the team has averaged 2.3 goals in each of our outings.

Doris Boaduwaa remains the top scorer for the season with her 16th goal against Morocco’s ASFAR; she’s keenly followed by Milot Abena Pokuaa who got ruled out of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League due to injury.

Hasaacas Ladies remains the top scoring side in the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League; Evelyn Badu leads the scorers chart for the competition with five goals and other scorers for the Club includes; Perpetual Agyekum with two goals, Faustina Nyame Aidoo, Doris Boaduwaa and Veronica Appiah with a goal each to their credit.

Heading for the Fourth Gold

Hasaacas Ladies FC completed a domestic double for the first time in the history of Ghanaian football and could be added the West African Football Union Zone B Women’s Champions League Qualifiers to it three months ago.

The team is on the verge of making it a fourth title this year alone on Friday, November 19, 2021 when they take on South Africa’s Mamelodi Sundowns in the final of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League.

The game takes place at the June 30 Stadium; kick off scheduled for 17:00GMT and 19:00CAT.

Ink Your Names in History Books

First of its kind tournament and already Hasaacas Ladies FC are into the final of the TotalEnergies CAF Women’s Champions League; known for winning any newly introduced competition, it’s about time to add to that history.

First to win the Women’s Premier League, first and only team to do the WPL thrice in a row, first to win a domestic double, first to pick the WAFU Zone B Trophy.

It is another point where these players strive to write in bold letters their names in the books for the next generation.
Join the Buzz

Friday has its own buzz, several media houses broadcasting live this game from vantage points across the country especially where the Club hails, Sekondi-Takoradi.

It’s crazy and fun all in equal measure what a year can offer. Glad this is happening and we’ll be back on your again soon.