Fiifi Anaman is an award-winning Ghanaian writer, broadcaster and author based in Accra. Although versatile, he specializes in football writing.

He began his career as a blogger in 2012, and has since gone on to feature on/write for many outlets, among them: BBC, ESPN, SuperSport, Daily Telegraph, Business Insider,, Copa 90 and FIFA/Gracenote.

He served as the host of the AE Mediacom-produced ‘Sports Xtra’, which aired on Kwese Free Sports (CH. 289 on Kwese Decoder) from Monday to Thursday; 7:00-7:30pm. He also hosted the sports talkshow “Football 360” on Joy Prime TV.

He received a nomination at the 2015 CNN Multichoice African of the Year Awards in Nairobi, Kenya – and at 21, was the youngest nominee in the history of the competition.

In December 2015, he was named the “Best Writing – Column” award winner at the Sport Media Pearl Awards – the inaugural global awards for sports jounalists organized by the International Sports Press Association (AIPS). He was the only African nominee as well as the youngest nominee at the ceremony held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Fiifi was part of Kwese Ghana’s flagship team of anchors for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, for which Kwese had the Free-to-Air rights for Sub-Sahara Africa. He also served as Project Lead for the first ever Ghana Football Awards held in July 2018.

He is the co-author of “The Black Star: Autobiography of C.K Gyamfi” C.K Gyamfi, who died in September 2015, was a Ghanaian football legend who was a joint-record three-time winner of the Africa Cup of Nations and the first African to play professionally in Germany.

Born in Mmrom, Kumasi – in the Ashanti Region, Fiifi is an alumnus of K.N.U.S.T Nursery, Primary and Junior High, as well as Achimota School and the University of Ghana – where he studied Political Science.

He is a Christian, baptized in the Catholic church.

Fiifi is passionate about God, family, friends, love and laughter. He is a fan of art and its limitless ways of expression through storytelling.

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