Fans have started making their way into the Cape Coast Stadium hours before kick-off in tonight’s 2022 World Cup qualifier between Ghana and Ethiopia.
Hundreds of people have already taken their seats in the stadium while many others have queued up outside, waiting to enter.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) approved the GFA’s request to admit 2,250 spectators for Ghana’s Group G FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifier against Ethiopia which will kick off in a matter of hours.
The Black Stars are hoping to begin their quest to book a place at the 2022 World Cup which will be hosted in Qatar on a winning note, after missing out on the 2018 WC edition held in Russia.
The team will hope a win will help change public perception of the side.
The last time the Black Stars played in Cape Coast, the team was held to a drab 0-0 draw by Ivory Coast.
The Group G encounter between Ghana and Ethiopia will kick off at 1900GMT on Friday, September 3, 2021.
See the pictures here: