The Ghana Football Association (GFA) is set to pocket $465,000 from forthcoming Black Stars international friendlies against 2018 FIFA World Cup bounds, Japan and Iceland.
The West Africa powerhouse are due to engage Japan and Iceland on June 1 and 7, respectively as part of the two nations preparations ahead of the upcoming Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup – which is slated to commence in June.
Ghana will receive $300, 000 from the game against Japan, whilst Iceland match would fetch $165,000.
According to the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the two friendlies, was organised on behalf of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) by United Football Management and Evol Sport.
A statement signed by the Technical Advisor of the Sports Ministry, Dr. Emmanuel Owusu-Ansah on Friday revealed the arrangements of the double header.