Medeama Stadium
Medeama Stadium

Medeama Sporting Club, is set to redevelop their Tarkwa Na Aboso (TNA) Park into a modern stadium.

The club, unveiled the designs and plans for the redevelopment of the TNA Park. ahead of a ceremonial sod cutting at Tarkwa on Wednesday.

The 10,000-seater capacity fully covered stadium, is estimated at $13 million and funded by Goldfields, Tarkwa-Damang.

The club said, a retractable roof would be added to the stadium, to convert the stadium into an avant-garde architectural icon.

The venue would also feature a complete seating capacity and involved redesigning of the pitch, the VIP seating area, media stands, tickets boot, stadium drainage among others facility development.

Mr Isaac Asiamah – Minister of Youth and Sports, Mireku Duker – Member of Parliament for Tarkwa-Nsuaem, Mr Alfred Baako – Vice President of Goldfields West Africa, Gilbert Asmah Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) and Moses Armah – Medeama President are among top officials expected to grace the sod-cutting ceremony.

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