The 2022/2023 BetPawa Ghana Premier League will begin at the various venues on September 9th of next week.
However, the GFA president has instructed the teams to ensure that the bulk of their fans show up in greater numbers at the various stadiums when the season begins.
The Ghana Premier League, Division One League, and Women’s Premier League now have a sponsor under the Kurt-led administration.
Access Bank Division One League, BetPawa Ghana Premier League, and Malta Guinness Women’s League.
Speaking on Tuesday at the 28th Congress session in Prampram, Kurt Okraku said: “Because they are not present at our venues, our fans are not watching our football. The FA is not in charge of making sure crowds fill the stadium.
” The clubs have tobe practical and proactive and put up strategies to bring back the fans. Go down the streets and speak to them, listen to them, and learn their concerns.
“If you fail to bring the fans, sponsors like betPawa and Malta Guineas will not come on board,” he concluded.