NYCFC presents Ghanaian Community Night!

On August 21, New York City Football Club will face off against Columbus Crew SC at Yankee Stadium. Soccer loving Ghanaians in and around New York have been granted a rare opportunity to meet New York City Football Club’s Ghanaian player, Ebenezer Ofori. Ofori was born in Kumasi, Ghana, and is on loan from German club VfB Stuttgart, as a midfielder.

As summer draws to a close, Ghanaian communities in the Big Apple in particular and the Tri-State area, will have the honor to witness another Ghanaian battle in the MLS as NYCFC midfielder Ebenezer Ofori welcomes compatriots David Accam, Harrison Afful and Jonathan Mensah to the Bronx.

For this occasion, NYCFC will be bringing together a large group to celebrate as Ghanaian Community Night at the match.

The Bronx boasts a sizable Ghanaian community, hence the laudable idea by NYCFC to bring together a true soccer nation at Yankee Stadium.

According to the Club, special tickets for Ghanaians are on sale at a special price of $17 at Eric Darko Law Office at 299 Broadway, as well as, Papaye Restaurant, 2300 Grand Concourse.

NYCFC is hopeful that many Ghanaians will come in their beautiful Ghanaian colors to show their love for the four players.

As part of the event, the first 75 fans who will buy their tickets will get the opportunity to meet NYCFC’s Ebenezer Ofori after the match.
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