We conducted on-farm trials in the southern Guinea Savanna of Ghana in 2016 and 2017 to evaluate soyabean response to three fertiliser blends to guide farmers towards profitable adoption of appropriate phosphorus (P) fertiliser blend for improved soyabean production. Old YARA Legume (OYL), New YARA Legume (NYL) and Triple Superphosphate (TSP) fertiliser blends were evaluated. In both years, the P fertiliser blends were evaluated in a Randomised Complete Block Design with 20, 30, and 40 kg P ha-1 application rates together with control. P fertiliser application increased soyabean yields by 1070 kg ha-1. In 2016, fertiliser blend use efficiency (BUE) ranged from 2.9 kg grain per kg fertiliser blend applied with the NYL applied at 40 kg P ha-1 to 7.4 kg grain per kg fertiliser blend applied with the TSP applied at 40 kg P ha-1 with significant differences between treatments. In 2017, BUE ranged from 2.5 kg grain per kg fertiliser blend applied with OYL applied at 40 kg P ha-1 to 9.2 kg grain per kg fertiliser blend applied with the TSP applied at 40 kg P ha-1 with significant differences between treatments. However, P use efficiency did not significantly differ between the different treatments both in the 2016 and 2017 trials. In both 2016 and 2017 trials, the highest benefit cost ratio was attained at the lowest application rate for all the three fertiliser blends suggesting the need to review the current application rate of 30 kg P fertiliser ha-1 promoted in northern Ghana. Furthermore, the provision of credit and/or subsidy for farmers by the government is required to enable uptake and utilisation of fertilisers by farmers.