Three Premier league clubs have submitted the Accra Sports Stadium as their home ground for the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season.
The clubs include Ghana Premier League champions Hearts of Oak, rivals Great Olympics and Premier league new boys Accra Lions.
Asante Kotoko, who used the Accra Sports Stadium and the Len Clay Sports Stadium as home grounds last season will return to the Kumasi Sports Stadium following the completion of renovation works at the ground.
King Faisal will also return to the Kumasi Sports Stadium, whiles Legon Cities will now adopt the Dansoman Carl Reindorf park as new home ground.
Meanwhile, the Ghana Football Association has announced that the Club Licensing Board will begin the process of inspecting the various facilities submitted by all 18 Premier League clubs.
As part of the new requirements of the Club Licensing Regulations, all elite clubs are to provide a main stadium, alternative stadium and a separate facility for training purposes.
The inspection will begin from Thursday, September 16, 2021 and will conclude on Sunday, September 26, 2021.
The inspection will include the Club Secretariat’s of the various elite clubs and an interaction section with the various staff and position holders at the clubs.
The Inspection Team led by the Licensing Manager Julius Ben Emunah will also take the opportunity to create an extra awareness and education through traditional media engagements on the new requirements and the importance of a club licensing regime in our football ecosystem.
The final report on the various facilities will be submitted for approval of the Club Licensing Committee before the final review meeting with the clubs leading to an Approved List for Stadiums/Park for matches.
Below are the various facilities submitted by all 18 Ghana Premier League clubs: