The National Sports Authority (NSA) have warned clubs using their facilities to desist from the implementation of the e-ticketing system ahead of the start of the 2021/22 season.
The NSA in their statement stated that they are on the verge of getting onto the Ghana government’s online payment platform, which will see all Sporting Associations hooked onto it, hence clubs that use their facility should halt any plans to create an alternative avenue of e-ticketing.
They claim prior approval should be sought from the NSA before a club tries to do e-ticketing.
Dreams FC are trying to sell their matchday 1 ticket against Kotoko via e-ticketing but the NSA says no way at this venture.
Dreams FC, Asante Kotoko, Hearts of Oak, Medeama, Great Olympics, Legon Cities & Accra Lions are clubs that are using the NSA’s facilities for the 2021/22 season.