Ghana Premier League clubs submit home grounds to GFA; Kotoko return to Baba Yara


All the eighteen clubs set to participate in the 2021/22 season of the top-flight have submitted their home grounds subjected to approval by Ghana FA

Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak and other sixteen remaining Ghana Premier League clubs have submitted their home grounds, alternative home grounds and training facilities to Ghana Football Association, can confirm.

Kotoko, who played all their matches relatively away from home last season are set to return to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium only of it will be completed on time.

The Porcupine Warriors started last season with their home games at the Accra Sports Stadium before they changed it to Len Clay Sports in Obuasi in the second half of the campaign. They have also chosen Len Clay as the alternative home ground should the works at Baba Yara don’t complete on time.

Also, city rivals King Faisal will return to Baba Yara Sports Stadium after playing all their home games at the Ohene Ameyaw Park in Techiman last season. The Inshallah Boys have once again picked Techiman as their alternative home.

Meanwhile, new entrants Bibiani Gold Stars are hoping to play their home games at their favorite Duns’ Park in Bibiani despite suggestions that they should move to the Multi Purpose Sports complex in Nyinahin which is just a stone throw away.

Hearts are set to remain at the Accra Sports as while Legon Cities will move from Accra Sports Stadium to Carl Reindolf Park in Dansoman.

Returnees Real Tamale United are hoping to host their home games at the Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale while newbies Accra Lions join Hearts and Great Olympics to play at Accra Sports Stadium

All these requests by the clubs are subjected to approval before the league starts in October.


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