The Ghana Football Association (GFA) in alliance with the National Sports Authority and the Youth and Sports Ministry will be working to make Baba Yara Stadium befitting to host senior International Category “A” matches.
The Baba Yara Stadium was granted a one-match provisional license by Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) and FIFA ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 play-off tie against Nigeria.
However, the provisional license have been revoked as CAF reports says the stadium is not deem fit to host category A football matches.
GFA general secretary, Prosper Harrison Addo said the stadium will be worked on to be suitable for category A matches.
“We are at a very crucial stage as this issue keeps coming back. The last thing we want to see is to allow CAF to determine where we play our home match”. Prosper Harrison Addo told GFA.
“We are having a thorough discussion with the National Sports Authority (NSA) with the Ministry of Youth and Sports providing excellent leadership to ensure that the various conditions are met as quickly as we can”. He added.