Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC), Mother Company of Happy98.9FM, e.tv Ghana and YFM (Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi) brings you world class experience in our coverage of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to your homes, offices and shopping centres nationwide starting November 20, 2022 in partnership with State Broadcaster GTV.
Join our various platforms both on air (TV and Radio) and online assets for the games with comprehensive and in-depth analysis from our Sports Team here in Accra and Doha, Qatar.
After a successful Happy World Cup Dialogues with top football administrators, coaches and journalists who addressed key issues ahead of Ghana’s participation in the World Cup, tune in to Ghana’s number one Sports Station, Happy 98.9FM as we deliver on our hallmark to bring you the best in Twi commentary for the matches in partnership with GTV. Yaw Preko, Amankwah Mireku, Dan Quaye, Ekow Asmah, Papa Nii Oesophagus, Gladson Awaku, Yahya Mohammed and Eric Alagidede are among the panellist on Happy FM’s coverage.
Our seasoned commentators, top coaches, researchers and analysts will serve audience with updates, exclusives, pre and post-match interviews and many more from the Happy Sports team here in Accra and Doha.
There are also lots of prizes to be won in the predict and win promo during the tournament for our listeners.
Happy 98.9FM’s coverage of the World Cup will begin with the final of the Happy Sports Quiz as a curtain raiser ahead of the big kick-off between Qatar vs Ecuador on November 20 at the Achimota Retail Centre.
Enjoy the LIVE games on e.TV Ghana with the fun packed action from the FIFA World Cup.
e.TV Ghana started its build up to the World Cup with a 100-day artwork countdown, World Cup Buzz, Road to Qatar show and now the LIVE games begins on November 20.
Former Black Stars assistant coach, Maxwell Konadu will lead our team of panelists assembled to digest, analyse and predict the games for our cherished viewers. Other professionals on board are Samuel Inkoom (Ex Black Stars Player), Hillary Boateng (Chairperson of Women’s Premier League Committee, James Sowah (Journalist) and Kwame Dwomoh Agyeman (Lecturer at AUCC and Journalist).
Catch all the goals, celebrations, and highlights on your world of quality entertainment between November 20th and December 18th 2022.
Ghana’s No.1 urban radio “for the Young & Young at Heart” leads with the first ever pidgin commentary in Ghana for the 2022 World Cup.
Imagine the vivid description of Thomas Partey, Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar and Mbappe dazzling, scoring and showcasing their skills on the pitch with our team of commentators in PIGDIN commentary. It’s fun, relatable and pleasing to the ear. You can only yearn for more commentary in pidgin.
We’ve got you covered on our digital platforms with up to speed information from the Black Stars camp in Qatar. Good news, our cherished listeners and viewers can actively participate in the tournament and win lots of amazing prizes in our predict and win promo which runs through the campaign with the hashtags #WorldCupHub2022 and #WorldCupOnY. Join the action in real time on all social media handles of YFM, Happy FM and e.tv Ghana.
Football is best enjoyed outside with friends and rivals. Join GMABC as we bring you the public viewing experience across Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi. In Accra, the action will be live on ultramodern LED screens provided by Perception Management International at Achimota Retail Centre, Junction Mall and Accra Mall. In Kumasi, football lovers can join the team at the Kumasi City Mall and in Takoradi, the action will be live at the Choice-Mart.
Inclusion and Diversity
To ensure our coverage doesn’t leave anyone out, the coverage has been curated to be accessible to all persons. Our panel of experts and commentators will include persons with disability experienced in sports analysis. Additionally, a sign language interpreter will be on set to make the discussions accessible to persons with hearing impairment.
Mr Eric Kissi, a member of the Ghana Blind Union and the Ghana Federation of Disability Organisations will be a panelist for the World Cup.
Martin Atta Kwasi Nyamekye a renowned Ghanaian sign language interpreter will ensure our fellow brothers and sisters not loose out on the top analysis and commentary before and after the games.
Join us to watch the stars shine in Qatar. It’s going to be fun!!!.