Dreams FC: Ghana's sole representative in TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup knockout stages

  • Debut Quarter-Final appearance in TotalEnergies CAF Confederation Cup
  • Historic achievement for the emerging force in Ghanaian football
  • FA Cup champions once in their history
Dreams FC, the lone torchbearer for Ghana in CAF inter-club competitions, mark a significant milestone by advancing to the knockout stages in their maiden appearance.
This achievement marks the first time in twenty years that a Ghanaian club has reached this pivotal stage in continental football.
Dreams FC eye further glory as they vie for a spot in the semi-finals against Stade Malien de Bamako on March 31 and April 7.
Brief History
Established in 2009, Dreams FC earned their qualification to the 2015-16 Ghana Premier League, marking their first foray into top-flight football.
Home Ground
Dreams FC play their domestic matches at the Theatre of Dreams in ther eastern town of Dawu, while international fixtures are held at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.
The club holds the Ghana FA Cup title, their lone major trophy since their inception.
Continental Feats
Dreams FC are embarking on their debut journey in the CAF Confederation Cup this season, marking a significant milestone in their continental endeavors.
Head Coach - Abdul Karim Zito
Abdul Karim Zito, a seasoned Ghanaian coach and former professional footballer, guides Dreams FC. Zito boasts coaching experience with Ghana Premier League clubs such as Asante Kotoko and Medeama SC, alongside leading Ghana's U15 football team to success.
Key Player - Abdul Aziz Issah
Nineteen-year-old Abdul Aziz Issah shines as Dreams FC's standout performer in the CAF Confederation Cup, leading the scoring charts with four goals and two assists, captivating audiences with his stellar performances.