President John Dramani Mahama has commissioned the ultra-modern 16,000 capacity Cape Coast stadium.
The 16,000 capacity edifice is a $35 million project wholly financed as a grant by the People's Republic of China. Chinese Ambassador to Ghana, Her Excellency Sun Baohong joined president Mahama to finally cut the sod to bring the stadium into main stream activities.
The Chinese contractors, IPPR International Engineering Corporation will continue to maintain the stadium for the next 13 months for Ghana.
Green Grass Technology, owned by Ghanaian business man Frank Boahene built the pitch at the cape Cape Coast stadium.
The MTN FA Cup Committee has confirmed the new Cape Coast stadium will host the 2016 final.
The multi sports facility boast of 21 fully furnished rooms that accommodates two individuals per room, two halls for table tennis and boxing respectively, with the latter loaded with equipment and gym equipment for the boxers. There are two outdoor basketball courts, one handball and one tennis court, an eight lane running tracks and a football pitch.