Since the presence of the Covid pandemic, all football games were required to be postponed, with fans also having a lot of the cake. Even after some countries opened up their stadia for football activities to go on, the fans were as yet not permitted to be at the arena.
This was to prevent the spread of the pandemic. Ghana was one of the countries who prevented fans from going to the stadium to watch their number one teams.
However, Ghana’s Ministry of Youth and Sports has granted endorsement for 25% of football fans to get back to the various league centres to watch both homegrown and international competition.
The 25% only is to help observe all the national Covid-19 Protocols and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Match-day COVID-19 Protocols.
The decision comes on the back of considerations and commitment the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ghana Football Association (GFA), the National COVID-l9 Task Force and other stakeholders concerned, the training of club Stewarts to permit fans to the arena.
Thus, the GFA has been coordinated to set up components to guarantee that games are played in a safe climate to guarantee the security of fans. And this includes washing of hands, wearing of face masks and noticing every other social distancing rule by clubs and all participants.
A statement by the Ministry of Youth and Sports said — for the avoidance of doubt, these conditions of issue apply to the purchase, holding and use of GFA match day tickets.
According to the sector ministry, the GFA or its authorized distributors (if any) se11s and issues tickets for matches at the Ground only upon the following Conditions of Issue and by purchasing, holding or using a Match Ticket or entering the Ground, any person who has applied for, bought, accepted or holds a Match Ticket sha11 be deemed to have accepted these conditions of Issue.