|Number of teams||18 (from 2019–20)|
|Level on pyramid||1|
|Relegation to||Division One League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Ghanaian FA Cup|
Ghana Super Cup
|International cup(s)||CAF Champions League|
CAF Confederation Cup
|Current champions||Asante Kotoko |
|Most championships||Asante Kotoko (24 titles)|
|TV partners||StarTimes (live matches)|
|Website||Ghana Premier League|
|Current: 2022–23 Ghana Premier League|
The Ghana Premier League is the top professional association football division of the football league system in Ghana. Officially formed in 1956 to replace a previous league incarnation, the Gold Coast Club Competition (which began in 1933 and ended in 1953–54), the league is organized by the Ghana Football Association and was ranked as the 11th best league in Africa by the IFFHS from 2001 to 2010, and the league was also ranked 65th in the IFFHS' Best Leagues of the World ranking, in the 1st Decade of the 21st Century (2001–2010). on 4 February 2014. It has been dominated by Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak. The bottom 3 teams are relegated at the end of each season and placed in each zone of the Ghanaian Division One League.
The 2019–20 season was halted and eventually cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana that mirrored the cause of postponement or cancellation of association football leagues and competitions across the globe.
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