Winners of the GFA Normalization Special Cup will represent Ghana Africa’s inter-Club competition next year.
The GFA Normalization Special Cup was officially launched on Monday with 15 Premier League Clubs and 63 Division one sides confirming participation.
The new competition which replaces the Ghana Premier League and National Division one League kicks off this weekend.
With no domestic League, winner of the Normalization Special Cup in TIE 1 will represent the country in Africa’s top-flight competition (CAF Champions League) with the winner in TIE 2 also playing in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Ghana had only one representative in Africa this year with Kotoko playing in the CAF Confederation Cup where they reached the Group stage of the competition before crashing out.
By Frank Darkwah