The Administrator and captain of Medeama SC, Joseph Tetteh Zutah, last week joined the company of the Ghana Football Association’s Licensing Manager, Julius Ben Emunah in his working visit to the construction site of the new 12000+ seater Goldfield Ghana Limited sponsored TNA stadium last week.

The stadium when completed is expected to host both local and international matches; hence the need for the Ghana Football Association’s routine monitoring which has existed since the beginning of the project two years ago under the then Licensing Manager, Emmanuel Dasoberi to ensure it’s compliance to meet internationally approved standards and specifications.

Mr Julius Ben Emunah was received by officials from the project financiers, Goldfield Ghana Limited, and engineers from Michilletti Constructions, who are tasked with putting up the edifice.

The Manager as part of his satisfactory remarks on the progress of work also pointed out the need for some modifications that ought to be improved to meet CAF and FIFA requirements for international football, with an assurance of a subsequent visit in the near future.

The project is expected to be completed and handed over by December this year and would serve as the home grounds for Medeama Sporting Club which is temporarily using the Akoon Community Park to host their domestic matches.

Works ongoing at the $13 million Goldfields Sponsored TNA Stadium
The look of Medeama’s home grounds, when TNA Stadium is completed.