The 2022 Ghana League Clubs Association (GHALCA) G6 tournament will kick start on Wednesday, August 17, at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The competition returns to the Ghanaian football calendar after a long absence, with six teams set to compete in this year’s edition.
With Ghana Premier League champions, Asante Kotoko, opting not to feature in the tournament, Medeama Sporting Club, Bechem United FC, Karela United FC, Great Olympics, Accra Hearts of Oak and Berekum Chelsea FC will be the teams fighting for the title.
The six teams have been pitted into two groups with Great Olympics, Bechem and Karela drawn in Group A while Hearts, Medeama and Chelsea are also in Group B.
Olympics will play Bechem United in the opening game of the tournament with kickoff scheduled for 16:00 GMT.
Later in the day, Chelsea will also take on Medeama in Group’s opener. The game will begin at 18:00 GMT.
The GHALCA G6 tournament is to help the top flight clubs’ preparations ahead of the upcoming season.
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