Dreams FC and King Faisal will receive $18,250.72 each from FIFA following the involvement of their players before and after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
In all, five Ghanaian clubs will benefit from this initiative namely, Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Steadfast FC, King Faisal, and Dreams FC.
The aforementioned clubs will share among themselves a total amount of f $565,772.42 following the participation of their players at the mundial.
Hearts of Oak is the highest earner, followed by Asante Kotoko, Dreams FC, King Faisal and Steadfast FC.
Dreams FC and King Faisal are benefiting from Fatawu Issahaku and Danlad Ibrahim’s participation at the World Cup held in the Asian country.
The money allocated to the clubs covers the entire period of the qualifiers and where the players have played all that time.
During the World Cup, Fatawu was on loan at Dreams FC and for that matter, the Still Believe lads are entitled to $18,250.72 from the world football governing body.
Same as King Faisal, who had Danlad on loan from Asante Kotoko and will however, receive $18,250.72 windfall from FIFA.
The funds will be initially sent to the Ghana Football Association, and will then be distributed to the respective beneficiary clubs.
The financial rewards allocated to the Ghanaian clubs and other African teams aim to recognise the contributions made by domestic league players to their respective national teams' World Cup campaigns.