All is set for the commencement of the maiden edition of the StarTimes Cup with 52 clubs confirming their readiness for the cup competition.
The makeshift competition to engage players in the absence of the local league has been endorsed by all 16 premier league clubs with 36-division one clubs joining as well.
The competition will see clubs in the two top tiers of Ghana football zoned based on geographic location and played in an round robin format in the groups.
The 3 zones in the division one league will be subdivided into mini zones to add to the two zones from the premier league.
The competition is set to kick-off later this month and would be preceded by a stakeholders meeting early next week.
Organisers of the competition are yet to come out with the list of clubs competing in the cup games with some 14 clubs opting not to play.