During the AFCON qualifier between Ghana and Angola at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium later this month, football fans are urged to buy their matchday tickets in advance to take advantage of significant savings.

The head of the National Sports Authority (NSA), Prof. Peter Twumasi, disclosed this in a Love Sports interview.

On March 23, Ghana will host Angola at the Baba Yara Sports stadium. On March 27, 2023, Ghana will travel to Luanda for the rematch in an effort to qualify for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, which will be held in Cote D’Ivoire in January 2024.

In order to facilitate uninterrupted work on the field in advance of hosting the Palancras Negras during this month’s international break, the NSA has closed the Kumasi Sports Stadium.

Fans have recently experienced network issues during Black Stars matches when the various stadiums in Ghana admit large crowds, even before the e-ticketing system was introduced.

The NSA has taken action to alleviate this issue by using what it calls “Early Buys” in Ghana’s matchup against Angola in Kumasi to lessen the demand for internet tickets on matchday and the strain on networks.

The Director General of NSA, Prof. Peter Twumasi, announced that all parties have consented to the introduction of discounts on all ticket categories purchased before March 23, 2023, in an interview with Kumasi’s LUV FM.

We are implementing certain changes so that people can really buy tickets in advance, which hasn’t been done before.

“I think we need to encourage people who wish to purchase tickets in advance.

“Right now, we are introducing price variations so that those who purchase tickets in advance will receive extremely significant savings.

“As a result, there will be a significant discount offered to those who purchase tickets in advance, and the price will slightly increase on game day.

“As a result, we are urging more people to benefit from this and get their tickets in advance of the game.

We want to limit that because “the trouble emerges when they are there buying and we are also utilizing the system for scanning,” he said.

Following a 3-0 victory over Madagascar and a 1-1 draw with the Central African Republic in June of last year, Ghana and Angola are tied for first place in Group E with 4 points each.

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