Honourable Evans Opoku Bobie, Ghana’s Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports has given his views on how teams in the local league can solve the challenge of low match attendance in the league.
Appearing on Aempa FM’s Dialogue Series on Friday, Honourable Bobie recommended that Ghanaian clubs should look at offering free internet connectivity at their stadia.
He added that if the stadia are made safer for fans, it will boost their morale to attend matches.
Hon. Bobie said football is a great venture that helps the economic growth of the nation.
Therefore there is a need to consider introducing free internet connectivity at the various match venues to draw more people to the stadium.
In order to restore confidence to the spectator and the fan, we must ensure the safety and security of the various match venues, he added.
The Deputy Sports Minister joined several football stakeholders including Ghana FA president Kurt Okraku to discuss how to address low stadia attendance on Friday.