According to the GFA there “SHALL BE NO” selling of tickets at the stadium gates on Sunday and only persons with ticket SHALL BE granted access to go near the stadium by the security personnel to be stationed at the roads leading to the stadium.
A statement from the GFA said, there shall be joint Military and Police teams deployed at vantage roads leading to the Accra Sports Stadium.
“Fans are strongly advised that if they do not have a ticket, they must not set forth near the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday.
“The decision is to avoid overcrowding and mass gathering at the stadium entrance hours leading to the Matchday 31 Ghana Premier League game,” it added.
It added that the advance tickets have a number of security features and as such fans should buy tickets from only the approved outlets.
“The public must also take note that only 25% of admission of spectators will be given access to the stadium as per the permission granted to Ghana Football Association by government to play football in the country”.
The GFA said the Super Clash would be played under strict COVID-19 protocols as required by the National COVID-19 Task Force and the GFA Matchday COVID-19 Protocols.