Ghana Premier League heavyweights, Accra Hearts of Oak have revealed plans for the construction of a 50,000 multi-purpose stadium.
Board member of the Ghanaian giants, Vincent Odotei Sowah, has disclosed that the club decided to build its own stadium to serve as their home venue.
He said the stadium, proposed by the Hearts’ Board of Directors will have 50,000 seats, which would make it the largest stadium in Ghana.
“Our journey to attain pre-eminent as a club not just in Ghana but Africa can’t be achieved without infrastructures. We want everyone especially the media to take note that this year will beginning of rolling out of quadruple project,” Odotei Sowah said during the commissioning of the Hearts of Oak Commercial center in Accra.
“One of the quadruple project is the Hearts of Oak Commercial Center which we are commissioning today. The second one is the sod cutting of the new Head Office of the club which will be done after this short ceremony.
“The third project of the quadruple project will be the commissioning of the twenty-acre sports facility at Pobiman.
“The quadruple project will be concluded with the building of our own 50,000 seater stadium, somewhere in Accra. Today marks the beginning of the quadruple infrastructure project of Hearts of Oak” he concluded
Hearts of Oak have been playing their home matches at the state-owned sports facility, Accra Sports Stadium since 1962.