The headline sponsor of the Ghana Beach Soccer Championship league, CAL Bank, has once again come to the rescue of the country's fastest growing sport. 

It is expected that the financial institution will announce a top-up for Ghana beach soccer in addition to the existing package for the domestic league which has been running since 2011. 

Although GHc44,000 is seen as relatively conservative for a bank, the amount for the national team is expected to be considerably higher. 

Last year, CAL Bank bailed out the national beach soccer team by sponsoring their flight to Morocco for the African Championship in El Jadida. 

With the Black Sharks now ranked number 10 in African beach soccer and making positive strides, it will not be a surprise to see other players from corporate Ghana investing in the team. 

Meanwhile, a contingent of 10 players, two coaches a medical officer and three beach soccer officials is expected in Accra Monday from Lagos. 

Ghana conceded 18 goals at Copa Lagos which is three less than in Morocco. The team scored 11 which is four more than their last international outing.