Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC have resolved to make a bold appearance in Africa to compete in the CAF Confederation Cup competition.
The club has announced on Monday that it will make an appearance on the continent which will be their first appearance in a huge international competition on the continent.
In a statement released by the club, the club disclosed their decision to venture into Africa following deliberations with all their stakeholders.
‘The Board in its recent deliberations with Management is pleased to announce to its various stakeholders the decision to compete in the CAF Confederation Cup,’ the statement read.
The club is eligible to play in Africa’s second tier club competition following its historic feat in the MTN FA Cup.
Dreams FC have already applied and been duly issued the license by the instant body to make its first ever appearance in an African club competition.
Management is already working assiduously in order to present a formidable side for this task and now await the draw for the first preliminary round expected in August.