Plush Mansions Of Asamoah Gyan, Sammy Kuffour, Stephen Appiah And 4 Other Ghanaian Football Legends

Plush Mansions Of Asamoah Gyan, Sammy Kuffour, Stephen Appiah And 4 Other Ghanaian Football Legends

  • Football is one of the most lucrative sports in the world even though it may have a short lifespan
  • Football players around the world are, therefore, typically paid generously to make up for their brief careers
  • Former Ghanaian football players like Asamoah Gyan and Stephen Appiah have built enormous houses for themselves, where they live comfortably

Some former Ghanaian footballers continued to be successful long after they stopped playing football.

They are currently enjoying themselves in the plush homes they acquired from the wealth they made from their careers.

Asamoah Gyan, Stephen Appiah, Sammy Kuffour
Ghana's football stars own some of the plushest houses in th country Photo source: @asamoah_gyan3, @stephenappiahofficial, @sweet_maame_adwoa
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In this story, mentions four legends of Ghanaian football living large today.

1. Stephen Appiah's mansion in Accra

Stephen Appiah was the Ghana Black Stars skipper for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. He competed for Ghana's U-17 squad in the 1995 FIFA World Cup.

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Stephen Appiah
Stephen Appiah poses in front of his mansion. Photo credit: pemtvonline
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The celebrated Ghanaian football legend made much money playing for Juventus, Udinese, Brescia in Italy and Fernabahce and currently boasts several exotic cars and plush houses, one of which is at East Legon where lives with his gorgeous wife, Hannah.

2. Emmanuel Agyemang Badu's mansion at East Legon

Agyemang Badu, a former Ghanaian midfielder, is considered one of Ghana's wealthiest footballers right now because of all the properties he owns.

Agyemang Badu, a former Ghanaian midfielder, is considered one of Ghana's wealthiest footballers right now because of all the properties he owns.

He lives in a large estate in East Legon, and his garage is filled with luxury cars.

Emmanuel Badu made his maiden appearance in the Africa Cup of Nations in 2010 when the Black Stars finished as runners-up to Egypt.

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He later participated in the tournaments in 2012 and 2013, where the team twice ended in fourth place.

3. Sammy Kuffour's East Legon mansion

Sammy Kuffuor is a retired Black Stars player and a legend at FC Bayern Munich. He has a lavish home and boasts of several vehicles.

Sammy Kuffour burst onto the scene as an Under-17 player for Ghana and moved to Europe after signing for Torino F.C. in 1991 aged just 15, after playing for King Faisal.

He joined FC Bayern Munich in 1993 from the Italian club and after a season-long loan spell with FC Nürnberg in the second division, he made his breakthrough with the Bavarians.

Sammy Kuffour's house
Sammy Kuffour's East Legon mansion has a plush interior Photo source: GhanawebTV
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4. Fatau Dauda's house at East Legon Hills

Fatau Dauda, a former goalie with the Black Stars, appears to have achieved great success in his moderate career.

A peek inside the former Black Stars goalie's Accra home reveals a stunning home with expensive vehicles that might compete with some of the mansions owned by players in Europe.

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The property is located in the emerging area of East Legon Hills.

5. Asamoah Gyan's mansion at McCarthy Hill

Asamoah Gyan, the former captain of the Black Stars, is known as one of the wealthiest players in Africa.

An aerial view of Asamoah Gyan's mansion
Asamoah Gyan's $3 million property. Photo credit: GhanaWeb
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He was the highest-paid footballer in the UAE Pro League, with a weekly salary of $200,000.

Asamoah Gyan's $3 million mansion
A look inside Asamoah Gyan's house. Photo credit:
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Gyan flaunted his wealth in 2015 by buying a $3 million (about 15 million Cedis at the time) property in McCarthy Hill in Accra.

Named La Basilica De Baby Jet, the property features a gym, a café, a pub, a movie theatre, a snooker bar, an automated garage, and more.

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6. John Paintsil's house

Former Black Stars defender John Paintsil was arguably one of the most popular Ghanaian footballers during his playing days.

In a career which spanned over 17 years (1999-2016), Paintsil starred for West Ham, Fulham, and Leicester City in England and Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Tel Aviv in Israel.

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He owns a plush mansion in Accra where he lives with his wife and three children.

7. Nii Odartey Lamptey's East Legon

One of Ghana's most celebrated football icons, Nii Odartey Lamptey, was in the news concerning a brawl with his ex-wife over his East Legon residence.

The couple took the matter to court, and an Accra High Court gave the former Black Stars forward full custody of the house.

Odartey Lamptey's house
Odartey Lamptey's house at East Legon Photo source: @pulseghana
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Meanwhile, star actress Nana Ama McBrown has been one of the most successful screen goddesses in the past decade.

Her successes on the screen have translated into an impressive acquisition of personal wealth.

The actress owns houses in Kumasi and Accra in addition to some of the most expensive cars like Range Rover, G-Wagon, and Ford F150.

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