|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||7 November 1978, Kumasi, Ghana|
Baba Sulemaye (born 7 November 1978), known as Baba Sule, is a Ghanaian retired footballer who played as a midfielder.
Born in Kumasi, Sule arrived in Spain not yet aged 18 from his hometown club Cornerstones FC, and proceeded to represent in the country RCD Mallorca, CD Ourense, CD Leganés, UE Lleida, Tomelloso CF, CD San Isidro, UE Rapitenca and CF Rayo Majadahonda, in a stay that would last 11 years, in the second division but also much lower, with very poor individual results: in 1996–97, he only played three times as Mallorca returned to La Liga; during four years, also in the second level, he only amassed seven league appearances for Madrid's CD Leganés.
In 2008, already with a Spanish passport, Sule moved back to Africa, signing with Nigerian team Kwara United FC. He returned to Spain after his retirement due to injuries, working as an electrician, David de Gea's personal driver – before the goalkeeper was eligible for a licence – and later a kit man for Segunda División B's CF Fuenlabrada.