Ten stadia including the Obuasi Len Clay Sports Stadium would need re-examination by the Club Licensing Board of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) before giving approval for the upcoming Premier League season.
The decision which was arrived at after inspection by the board to the various stadia granted greenlight to the venue of eight clubs.
Out of the eight clubs who were granted the conditional approval, five of them have adopted the Accra Sports Stadium as their home turf.
They are Accra Hearts of Oak, Inter Allies, Legon Cities, Accra Great Olympics and Asante Kotoko, while the Cape Coast Stadium to be used by Ebusua Dwarfs, the WAFA Park, home of Sogakope-based WAFA and the Nana Agyemang Badu Park used by Aduana are the others given the conditional approval.
Venues that would require re-inspection are the Theatre of Dreams where Dreams FC play, the Golden City Park of Berekum Chelsea, Ohene Ameyaw Park which host Techiman Eleven Wonders and Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park, the home of Bechem United.
The rest are the Ndoum Sports Complex where Elmina Sharks play their home matches, Carl Reindorf Park which host Liberty Professionals, C.A.M Park which host Karela United and the Akoon Park which host Medeama SC.