Vida Opoku-Agyemang (born 15 December 1997) is a Ghanaian international footballer who plays as a defender.
- I remember countless times where I played barefoot or without shin pads and was injured many times, but if you love the game, you love the game. Football is everything, it’s part of my identity nobody can take away from me.
- Australia-based Ghanaian Vida Opoku-Agyemang calls for support for women's football during 2022 Refugee Week, Ghana soccernet, 25 June 2022.
- We need more opportunities to showcase what we can do. It’s sad to see talent go to waste because of a lack of opportunities, but the fact that there is NSW African Women's Cup shows how much the game has changed. We have many girls of African heritage who are good players. A competition like this definitely opens up opportunities for those of us who have been working really hard and that's exciting.
- Liana Buratti, Vida Opoku-Agyemang is an African-Australian from Ghana, West Africa, who took part in the NSW African Cup last year. Although it has been running since 1999, it was the first time women were able to compete., Football Australia, 21 September 2022.