The National Sports Authority has placed a whopping $3 million naming rights on the Accra Sports Stadium for a five-year deal.
The Authority is calling on corporate bodies who wish to own the naming rights for the stadium to cough a cool three million dollars.
Formerly know as the Ohene Gyan Stadium, the Accra Sports Stadium has always been dubbed ‘the Wembley of Ghana sports’ and comes with many other features for sporting activities.
The National Sports Authority said it is ready to meet all interested parties and engage in discussions on how the 3 million dollars will be paid over a period of five years.
Acquiring the naming rights will mean the investors or company would have the stadium named after its brand with electronic and other forms of advertisements in the stadium.
The Sports Ministry recently embarked on a routine renovation of the capital based facility as part of preparations for the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations staged in Ghana.
Experts and pundits of the game are calling on the government to hand the various national stadia to corporate bodies or private institutions to be managed.