Madina Super Cardinals

Madina Super Cardinals FC

About Us

Know Who We Are

We are Sports Academy

Madina SC FC is a football-centered non-governmental organization registered with the Ghana Football Association (GFA). The academy operates in Madina and its localities in the greater Accra region of Ghana specializing in the training of young boys to play professional football on the national and
international stages.
The Meaning Behind Our Name & Logo – Madina Super Cardinals Football Club Cardinal points refer to the four principal points on a compass—North, South, East & West.
We chose this name because we believe our boys can become cardinal or prominent in the football industry.
Our logo bears the image of a Cardinal bird that in many cultures symbolizes positivity in the
middle of trouble. These conspicuously red birds are known to fiercely defend their territories; just the the kind of qualities we hope to imbibe in our players.

Our Team

Madina SC FC is managed by a board of directors that consists of the first members of the
executive council. The powers of the executive council are as stipulated in Section 202 of
the code of the Company’s Code 1963 (article 179)
A team of executive board members that includes the heads of technical teams oversees the
daily activities that relate to the club’s strategic plans and decisions. Not only are they
seasoned and experienced community workers, but they have also helped shape the
ambitions of youngsters into better ones.
Today, under Frank’s keen eyes, our coaches Nixon Ofosu and Daniel Tettey Lartey, take
young players under their wings to train and equip them per our objectives.


We exist to train young budding players to be equipped to compete and play in national and international leagues


To train and shape young talents through vigorous and disciplined training on and off the field. To assist our youth in acquiring the requisite academic knowledge that will help transform them into responsible adults.

Our Objectives

We have identified five main objectives:
● To organize the youths, assist in cultivating their talents in sports, and train them to harness their potential in the game of football.
● To create an enabling environment for our youths’ development so they can attain employable skills in football and other disciplines

Core Values

Our core value lies in training the youth to become good leaders, encouraging team spirit, and harnessing their talents to benefit themselves and the community at large. We do this irrespective of the field these youngsters find themselves in, be it sports or other disciplines. For this reason, we emphasize discipline, rigorous training, team spirit, and developing a cultural identity among our players

Our 5-Year Strategic Plan

We have identified 5 Key Priority Areas as part of the Madina Super Cardinals Football
Club’s five-year strategic Plan:

Building a Youth Pathway to Professional Football

Our target players are boys aged between 8 and 17 years. As we teach them the intricacies
of the game we also need to create an environment that will help transition them to
professional players. To do this, we will need to:
● Inculcate consistent rigorous training to ensure the boys can perform at a high level
when they join an over-21 team.
● Teach young players adaptability. To thrive in professional football, the players will
need to learn to adapt to the new manager’s philosophy, style of play, speed of play,
and changing circumstances.
● Teach the players survival strength. Players will need to learn how to handle the
demands of a professional team, how to survive attacks and build psychological
● Train young players in practice behavior. Through this, they will learn how to express
their football personalities, how to show qualities that will impress the manager, and
how to assert themselves in training.

Building a Youth Pathway to Professional Football

In the recent past, we have witnessed growing acceptance of women’s football among fans.
We believe that the boys and girls in Madina deserve equal opportunities to shine and want
to drive female participation in the game. To achieve this goal we will
● Bring in female coaches to train and encourage the girls.
● Target female players by offering them a trial period through which they can gain a
better understanding of how football and training work.
● Create a female-friendly environment by offering female changing rooms and other
gender equality activities.

Engaging in Strategic Partnerships

Coaches on and off the pitch are pivotal to helping our players become the best versions of
themselves. Players rely on their coaches and mentors to learn the game and how to
navigate through life. To meet this key priority area, our strategy will involve:
● The continuous development of our GFA-certified coaches to maximize their
relevance and ensure they provide superior training techniques to our players.

● Ensuring that all our coaches understand and implement Madina SC’s football philosophy. ● Identifying potential mentors within the Madina communities who have impacted the football world and encouraging them to interact with our young players

Maximizing Technology & Innovation

The role of technology in football cannot be underscored. Referees, teams, and other
officials use computer programs to analyze game situations to make informed decisions. As
a club, we intend to leverage technology to improve our players’ capability and the club’s
overall experience. We will use technology to:
● Keep track of the players’ performance to track their strengths and weaknesses to
formulate individual training schedules.
● Create game plans and adjust them easily to improve chances of winning once the
coach analyzes the opposing team
● Maintain the club’s website and social pages as our primary sources of information to
keep members, sponsors, and fans up to date on all club-related matters.


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