The CAF Champions League preliminary round second leg clash between Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Rail Club du Kadiogo will be played at the Kumasi Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
This comes after the CAF Club Licensing department granted the Porcupine Warriors to use the venue for their home games in the CAF competition.
The collaborative between the Ghana Football Association and the NSA ensured that the Baba Yara Sports Stadium meets the club licensing requirements.
Kadiogo will host the GPL giants next weekend in Ivory Coast in the first leg encounter before the second leg on September 18.
Ivorian referee, Patrick Tanguy Jean will officiate the return leg. He will be assisted by compatriots, Koabenan Prosper Adiouman and Kalidou Bamba with Kouassi Frederick Francois Biro.
Langtombong tombong Tamba from Gambia will be the match commissioner and Christiana Baah from Ghana as the COVID-19 officer.