Friday, July 14, 2017

New Things coming in American Football in Ghana

We are please to report that Ezekial Ansah will be conducting a Camp in Ghana with assistance from Tony D Simmons attending the event in July. More good things to come and we hope to have photo's from this historical event.

Ezekiel Ansah plans to teach American football to Ghana's children

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Eliasu Mumin Musah, has been working hard trying to get the first ever American Football
Association going in Accra, Ghana. Eliasu has been getting help from TUSAAFSS Staff member Bashiru Jimma who is also located in Accra Ghana. American Football in Ghana needs help from all who are interested in helping make American Football in Ghana a reality. Please contact TUSAAFSS if you are interested in donating equipment for the Association in Ghana. Every little thing will help make American Football in Ghana a reality.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

American Football Association of Ghana Formed August 2011.

First Association of American Football started in Ghana.
We hare happy to announce that the first official AAFG has been started and TUSAAFSS is actively looking for help to get the association the help it needs for the future to make it into a sustainable American Football Association in Ghana. We would like to thank all who have been involved in making the start of the association a reality. This is the first step we know but like it many project steps have to be taken to make it a reality.

Friday, April 22, 2011

American Tackle Football being played in Ghana

Eliasu Musah has been practicing on Sundays in Accra, Ghana
With the hopes that American Football will be organized in Ghana. Dominick Muller
has been giving American Football instructions to about 35 athletes in Ghana since he arrived. Eliasu Musah explained that
He first fell in love with American Football after watching a Video clip and has since been very interested since.
He explained that it is not easy getting people together because we have so many soccer and Rugby players, but he has
stated that the majority of the players interested in American Football are Rugby players. Getting money for equipment is
the main issue for they only have the equipment because it was donated to them by their instructor. One of the people in the photo’s is a women and she is very

Interested in American Football also. Eliasu has a real beat for the sport and has reached out to TUSAAFSS to try to get support for American Football in Ghana,
as of right now they are the only team playing American Tackle Football. Eliasu states that he would love for Ghana to not only concentrate on Soccer because
He is well aware of the many Ghanaian athletes that play in the NFL to include 2 Super Bowl winning players Charlie Peprah and Joseph Addia. It will be one of
TUSAAFSS Goals to help raise awareness about the team the Black Bison’s and try to gain support for American Tackle Football in Ghana. 

The Bison’s are going to need help with Equipment especially since they only have limited equipment but only enough to fit a handful of players.
Just like in baseball if you build it they will come. TUSAAFSS at present is working to help this team in Ghana be a model of American Football in Ghana and will be reaching

Out to as many different organizations who are willing to take the first steps with the growth of American Tackle Football in Ghana     

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

American Football in Africa

Are you ready to make history? Inbox your contact info, hgt & wgt. Spread the word!!! Tryouts for the team that will be representing South Africa against Ghana, Nigeria, and Team USA Stars & Stripes Adult teams (19+) coming in the VERY NEAR future to J-Bay, P.E., Humansdorp. Other sites will soon follow...

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

TUSAAFSS Staff member Theo Waters is in South Africa

Theo Waters, the TUSAAFSS South African American Football Liaison
 is presently in South Africa working on projects that will help
 bring back sustainable American Football Programs to South Africa.
We need help from all who care to help with our efforts in Africa.