Decathlon Ghana, the leading French Sports Equipment and Sports Apparel Retailer in Ghana, is set to open its second and largest sports store in Accra on the 22nd of May 2021.
Operating from an impressive 1,700 square meter area, the second Decathlon Ghana Store will be located at the Kawukudi Traffic Light Intersection and adjacent to Gold House, on the Ogbansanjo Highway, in the center of Accra.
The Store offers the best in Sporting supplies, with over 5,000 products across 50 Sports disciplines, ranging from popular Sports such as Football, Basketball, Swimming, and Cycling, to lesser-known sports such as Archery, Hiking, Kayaking amongst several others.
To provide a complete Sporting experience to their Customers/Sports Users, the Kawukudi Store will have multiple Test Zones which will encourage them to learn, experience, and discover all forms of Sports under one roof.
Decathlon Ghana sells their products at very affordable and unbeatable prices and offers Sports Users Warranty on all their products spanning from two (2) years to a Lifetime warranty, an attestation to the Superior Quality of their products.
The Company also manufactures its own products from eco-friendly material and has won countless awards to that effect across Europe.
Kwasi TABURY, Decathlon Ghana’s CEO, addressing some Customers, said, “we are very excited to be making history in Ghana, my native country, where Decathlon is really needed because we can change the lives of many people. We are here in Ghana living our Ghanaian dream to make the pleasure and benefits of sport accessible to everybody. We just want to see sport everywhere, in every corner of Accra to start. Making Sports accessible and affordable to every person irrespective of age, sex or creed is at the core of what Decathlon stands for. I truly look forward to seeing Ghanaians take up Sports as an everyday activity and try out new sports and new exercises as we introduce a wide array of Sports to the Ghanaian Market.”
Decathlon Ghana will be introducing 30 new sports to the Ghanaian market such as Skating, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Hiking, and Kayaking.
Equipment and gear for these Sports will be available at the Decathlon Junction Mall and Kawukudi Stores as well as on their website www.decathlon.com.gh.
In addition, Decathlon Ghana will be embarking on various activities to promote different types of Sports in Accra.
The brand has initially partnered with the Ghana Football Association, the Marcel Desailly Foundation, the 3fm Tour Du Ghana, and Fat 2 Fit, to mention a few.
As Decathlon Ghana is known for its innovative products and value for money, they will showcase their own brands to the Ghanaian market.
This includes groundbreaking designs such as Kalenji for Running, Kipsta for Football, Quechua for Hiking and Camping, Domyos for Fitness, Artengo for all Rackets Sports, and Inesis for Golf.
All these Brands have not only proved popular among Patrons across Ghana and have also helped Decathlon Ghana to achieve their goal of making the pleasure and benefits of sports accessible to all.
Enthusiasts can expect regular Cycling, Running, Skating, Tennis, and Basketball Tournaments, Skating and Yoga workshops throughout the year at both the Junction Mall Store and the new flagship Decathlon Kawukudi Store.
Decathlon is a French sports equipment and sportswear company established in July 1976, is a French Sports Retail Company with 313 stores in France, more than 1,274 in the rest of the world.
At Decathlon Worldwide you will find a choice of 5000 products and equipment covering over 70 sports.
The sports products and equipment are not just technically superior but also affordable to everyone.
The equipment range caters to all levels of competency – from beginners to sports lovers. Sports enthusiasts can actually try all the sports gear before the purchase.
Decathlon has a philosophy of “Sport for all, All for Sport”.
The vision is to make sports available to every individual by creating an environment that makes sport easily accessible to all.
Decathlon has a dream to open 50 stores in Ghana.
Source: Decathlon Ghana