Africa Online Ghana over the weekend defeated Surfline 2-1 on penalties to clinch the second edition of the CSquared Fibre Cup at the Burma Camp sports complex.
The seven-a-side football competition was well contested by nine teams including MainOne, Surfline, Vodacom, Afriwave, AfricaOnline, Busy, Teledata ICT, CSquared, and Jai Mai Communications.
Photo: Surfline finished as runners-up
And with an emphasis on fair play, organisers ensured that professional referees were brought on board to officiate the matches.
The Country Manager of C Squared, Estelle Akofio-Sowah described the event as a huge success saying: “It’s been a huge success, the CSquared Fiber Cup is an opportunity for the CSquared team to engage with our stakeholders outside of the usual corporate environment.
She said the competition provided the opportunity for the CSquared team to engage with their stakeholders outside of the usual corporate environment.
“Coming at the end of the year, the tournament is a great avenue for us to let our hair down, have some fun, and relax. What better way to do this than to play football, our nation’s favourite sport? It’s not business all the time.”
The Fiber Cup is CSquared’s annual football tournament. The event is a one-day affair for the company’s stakeholders and customers to gather for a congenial day of football, friendship, networking, good food and music, with the ultimate goal of crowning one Fiber Cup Champion.
Csquared is a broadband infrastructure company focused on building wholesale metro fibre optic networks and enabling internet access in Africa.