Hearts of Oak are among 13 Premier League clubs given the greenlight by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to admit fans in the second round of the 2020/2021 season.
The Ghana FA midway through the first half of the season banned clubs from admitting fans in a move to help the government in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.
After several months, the football association in partnership with clubs has managed to train stewards that will be in charge of enforcing the safety protocols and hence have decided to lift the ban.
Clubs that have met the requirement of the GFA includes Hearts of Oak, Ashanti Gold, WAFA SC, and some ten others.
According to the Executive Council of the GFA, the sitting at all the approved stadia shall be limited to the 25% capacity granted by the government aimed at ensuring social distancing.
Find below the list of clubs set to have fans at their stadium this weekend when the second round of the Premier League season starts.
ACCRA HEARTS OF OAK
ACCRA GREAT OLYMPICS
LEGON CITIES FC
ASHANTI GOLD SC
LIBERTY PROFESSIONALS FC
KARELA UNITED S
KING FAISAL FC
Source: Modern Ghana