The nation’s football governing EXCO members through the Association’s official portal revealed the directive on Friday, February 12, 2021.
This will give the FA enough time to put in place healthful measures to make the various stadia safe for fans and consumers of football in our bid to help the government in the fight against the pandemic.
As a s result, the GFA intends to use the four-week period to strategize and re-engage before opening up the various centres to the public.
Clubs are encouraged to use the period to train stewards who will be directly responsible for fan conduct in our quest to observe the social distancing protocol.
Meanwhile, fans can have a taste of the Sunday’s CAF Confederation Cup qualifier between Asante Kotoko and ES Setif as that game directive does not include that game.
Ghana has so far confirmed over 73,000 cases and 482 deaths since the emergence of the deadly Coronavirus in March last year.