Dreams

Formed 2009
Ground Dawu Sports Stadium
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The club was formed in 2009 and was promoted to the second level of the Ghanaian football league system in 2014. The club eventually qualified to the Ghana Premier League in 2015 after emerging winners of Zone 3 in the Division One League. The Club moved its ground to Dawu, for the 2015/16 football season to satisfy requirements of the Ghana Football Association’s Club Licensing System. The club however maintains its training ground at Kweiman where it houses most of its players.

The club operates a first team, popularly called Stage 1 and a youth team called Stage 2. Players of Stage 1 are considered first team members and compete in the Ghana Premier League. Stage 1 is managed by former Asante Kotoko trainer and national U20 team coach Abdul Karim Zito. Stage 2 is the feeder club to Stage 1 but are under the trading names Still Believe FC and In God We Trust FC.

Club historical win
Dreams FC came back from behind to record a 3–2 win over Vision FC at the Nii Amoah Okroamansah Park at Amrahia, in the GN Bank Division One League Match Day 8 Three top liner in April 2017.

Ghana Premier League
Dreams FC sealed their qualification to the 2015/2016 Ghana Premier League season for the first time ever in their history.[8] In December 2016, the club was demoted from the Ghana Premier League due to an anomaly with the registration of a player. The decision was taken by the Ghana Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee.

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