The Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium in Tamale is among ten match venues deemed “non-satisfactory” by the Club Licensing Committee after the latest inspection.
The committee announced its decision on August 18, after receiving reports from the Club Licensing manager, from inspecting the various match venues across the country.
The GFA Club Licensing Committee was not satisfied with the reports of all the venues submitted.
However, five venues namely WAFA Park, Accra Sports Stadium, Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Cape Coast Stadium and the Len Clay Stadium have been granted conditional approval pending the correction and/or defects as stated in the inspection reports submitted to the committee.
Meanwhile, 13 Clubs had their main venues marked as “Not Satisfactory” enough and have been asked to correct certain defects for the facility to be re-inspected between August 23 to 25th, 2022.
A final decision on the venues after the final inspection on August 26, 2022, will be made.
The decisions on the match venues shall be final for the period of the first four betPAWA Ghana Premier League match weeks of the first round.
The Club Licensing Committee shall only review decisions of the match venues to update the venue list after September 30, 2022.