GFA appoints Nora Häuptle as Black Princesses Technical Advisor ahead of 2022 FIFA Women’s WC

Published on: 01 July 2022

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced that it has appointed Nora Häuptle as a Technical Advisor for the Black Princesses.

The learned tactician and a former player has been hired to augment the technical team of the Ghana Women’s U20 national team ahead of the 2022 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

“The Ghana Football Association has appointed Nora Häuptle as the Technical Advisor of the female U-20 team - otherwise known as Black Princesses.

“The former Swiss International who comes in to complement the work of Ben Fokuo is a product of the University of Bern where she attained her Masters in Sports Sciences - also a Bachelor of Philosophy and Minor in Theatre Sciences,” an official statement from the GFA has said.

About Nora Häuptle:

She holds a UEFA Pro Licence certificate and has previously worked as an Instructor for the Swiss Football Association.

Other Diploma Certificates include UEFA Mentorship Hope Powell - Brighton and Hove Albion FC, CAS Sports Management - University of St. Gallen and Shalkeh 04, Athletics Coach - Swiss Football Association and Swiss Tennis, Strength and Conditioning- Swiss Olympic team, Olympic Weightlifting - Swiss Olympic team as well as EXOS Level I & FMS and Sailing and Motoboat Licence.

During her playing days, Nora Häuptle played for top Swiss clubs including BSC Young Boys, and FFC Zuchwil.

Her contract with the Ghana FA will expire at the end of the 2022 FIFA Women's World Cup in Costa Rica.