The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has accepted the Accra and Cape Coast Stadiums to host the upcoming Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
This was based on the assessment of an update report submitted to CAF by the Ghana football Association.
Initially, the two stadiums were not validated among other stadiums in the continent, because of their poor state that could cause problems of insecurity during matches.
So, following the assessment of an update report submitted to CAF by the Ghana football Association, the two stadiums were given a pass mark to host the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers.
But however, the African Football governing body is still cautious, as the two stadiums will be further evaluated through the CAF Match Command Center (MCC).
In an event that organizational and stadium technical infractions are noted by the designated CAF officials during matches, financial sanctions may be imposed on the GFA as per the established CAF grid for lack of technical facilities in the stadium.
It should be noted that, this was one of the reasons why CAF postponed the world cup qualifiers from June 2021 to September 2021.
Ghana have been drawn in group G with Ethiopia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
The black stars open their campaign in September against Ethiopia in one of the stadium.