AfroSports Summit to highlight Ghana’s potential as a sports tourism destination


The highly anticipated AfroSports Summit is set to take place in Ghana on the 2nd and 3rd of August, 2023.

The summit intends to raise awareness of Ghana’s potential for sports tourism and investigate ways for the nation to establish itself as a top travel destination for sports fans from across the world.

The AfroSports Summit will bring together key stakeholders in the sports industry, including athletes, sports management professionals, government representatives, and tourism experts.

Through panel discussions, presentations, and networking sessions, the summit aims to foster dialogue and collaboration to harness the untapped potential of sports tourism in Ghana.

Speaking on the Africa Sports Report Podcast, CEO of the AfroSports Summit, Prince Narkortu Teye says the goal is to make the AfroSports Summit the number one Sports science and business summit in Africa, and by bringing sports brands and major stakeholders from across the world, attention will be drawn to the nation.

Ghana, a nation famous for its lively sporting traditions and rich cultural heritage, offers a unique blend of opportunities for sports tourism.

The summit will delve into various aspects of sports tourism in Ghana, focusing on topics such as infrastructure development, event management, marketing strategies, and community engagement.

By exploring these areas, the summit aims to identify ways to enhance the country’s sports tourism offerings and attract a greater number of international visitors.

Moreover, the AfroSports Summit will facilitate discussions on policy frameworks, investment opportunities, and partnerships with international organizations.

By strengthening collaborations between sports federations, tourism boards, and private enterprises, Ghana aims to enhance its sports infrastructure, host world-class sporting events, and develop a sustainable sports tourism ecosystem.

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As the countdown to the AfroSports Summit begins, all eyes are on Ghana. The summit is expected to provide a roadmap for the future of sports tourism in the country and propel Ghana’s global reputation as an exciting and vibrant destination for sports enthusiasts.

The first round of speakers for the event has already been announced with lots of high-level dignitaries expected to attend the event.

For more information about the AfroSports Summit and to register for the event, visit the official website at


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