The Ghana Football Association's (GFA) Normalisation Committee (NC) have announced that winners of its Special Competition would represent the country at next year's CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively.
Dr Kofi Amoah, President of the NC, explained that the competition would witness the Premier League clubs compete in tier one while the Division One sides will make do in tier two.
He noted that the winner in tier one would participate in next year's CAF Champions League while the tier two champion set to battle in the CAF Confederation Cup.
Speaking at a press conference to officially launch the competition which kicks off on March 31, Dr Amoah said his outfit was elated with the fact that domestic football was returning for good despite over 10 months of absence.
"We have decided that the winners of the Special Competition will compete in the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively.
"I can confirm to you that the winner of the tier one will participate in next year's CAF Champions League whereas the tier two champion to compete in the Confederation Cup," he said.
The elite clubs are set to be categorized in Southern and Northern sectors in tier one while the Division One sides face of in zones.