Dansoman posted the most endowed talent competition in the 2014 series of Tigo Community Soccer after scouts picked as many as 13 players from the tournament over the weekend.
Scouts from the Ghana football premier league and some European clubs shared their impressions about Dansoman saying it has become the best place with football talent in Ghana so far.
John Storn, a scandinavian scout who has been watching Tigo Community Soccer since it started in March this year said the level of football quality he witnessed at Dansoman means Ghanaâ€™s football future is in good hands.
â€œI saw many players who can go to Europe and make an impression. By my reckoning, at least thirteen players from the competition in Dansoman can be drafted into the junior national teams of Ghana,â€ said Storn.
Tema New Town, Communities 1, 3 and 4 as well as Nii Amui will all converge on the Ashaiman Mandela Park for the two day community engagement event.
Nana Darkwa, the National Cordinator of Tigo Community Soccer said â€œwe have a responsibility to take Tigo Community Soccer to the grass roots where footballers can defend their communities and emerge as heroes like what happens at the World Cup.
''The grass roots is where heroes are born and so these young players get that opportunity to become defenders of the communities.
''They learn to keep their head even under severe pressure like all these national footballers at the World Cup and in the end victory is celebrated responsibly and respect is earned just like the World Cup.
''Ashiaman is a great place for football and we aim to also engage the community responsibly for their health.â€