The Government of Ghana has provided the seed money for the organization of the Special Competition.
This was revealed by the President of the Normalisation Committee at a meeting of club representatives on Tuesday.
Even though the total amount of money was not disclosed, the source of the funds for the competition was revealed as coming from the government.
“The funds for this competition is coming from the government,” President of the Normalisation Committee Dr Kofi Amoah revealed at the meeting.
Even though the total amount was not disclosed, participating clubs will receive a minimum of Ghc 20,000.
The competition which is meant for Premier and Division One clubs is to fill the void created by the halt on all officially organized football competitions since June 2018.
The GFA also intends to use this competition to determine Ghana’s representatives for both the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup.