Berry Ladies Football Club is a Ghanaian professional women’s football club based in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The club features in the Ghana Women’s Premier League and part of Ghana Football Association. The club was previously known as Halifax Ladies Football Club or as Halifax Soccer Academy Ladies until 2020
Berry Ladies (then Halifax Ladies Football Club or Halifax Soccer Academy Ladies) was based in Nungua in Greater Accra Region. In 2020, the club was taken over by a new management board led by Dr. Gifty Oware-Aboagye. The name of the club was then changed to Berry Ladies Football Club. The club was relocated from Nungua to Madina still within the Greater Accra Region.
Ghana Women Premier League
Berry Ladies Football Club is committed to producing a team capable of challenging the very best sides in the country. This aim will be achieved by producing players through affiliated Talent Clubs and Academy College Programme with the ability, capability and mentality to perform within the senior sides, supported by attracting high-quality players with both international and local experience.
Ghana Women's FA
The Ghana Women’s FA Cup is the official women’s knockout football competition for Ghana. The participation of Berry Ladies Football Club in this crucial competition has also been crucially felt.
The Latest was our sterling performance in the 2021 edition where the team played up to the quarter final stage.