Competitive football returns this weekend with the second round of the Division One League getting underway.
Many have boosted their set-ups after making forays into the transfer market to aid their ambitions.
Real Tamale United, Techiman City, Gold Stars, Feyenoord, Great Olympics and King Solomon lead the standings in their various zones ahead of the second round.
However, when the action starts, the long journey to picking play-off places to the Premier League and the struggle to avoid relegation will be on the minds of many Clubs week after week.
Zone 1 A
Tamale Stadium Annex (Sat) - Galazy v Utrecht
Tamale Stadium (Sun) - Guan v Wa African Utd.
Tamale Stadium Annex (Mon) - Dynamos v Bolga All Stars
Wa (Sat) - Bazooka v R. T. U.
Zone 1 B
Goaso (Sun) - Unity FC v Berlin FC
Wa Stade (Mon) - Krystal Palace v Bofoakwa
- B. A. United v Techiman City
Techiman - Berekum Arsenals FC v Esperance
Zone 2 A
Knust Paa Joe Park (Sun) - Rainbow FC v KFC Samosa
N. Owusu Boris Park (Sun) - Dunkwa Utd. v Asokwa Deportivo
T&A Park, Tarkwa (Sat) - Tarkwa Utd. v Starke FC
Bibiani (Sun) - Gold Stars v Red Lions FC
Zone 2 B
Gyandu Park (Sat) - Samin FC v Elmina Sharks
Gyandu Park (Sun) - Ajax FC v Windy Profs.
Esipong (Sat) - Metro FC v Wassaman FC
Feteh Park (Sun) - Feyenoord v Eleven Wise
Zone 3 A
Nicholson Park (Sun) - Prestige FC v Gt. Olympics
Acquinas Park (Sun) - Sporting Mirren v D’International
Akyem Takyiman - Istanbul FC v Great Warriors
Legon Park (Sat) - Nania FC v Real Athletico
Zone 3 B
Prampram (Sun) - Pure Joy v Mighty Jets
Nkawkaw (Sun) - Okwawu v Zaytuna
Teshie (Sat) - Danbort v King Solomon
Tema Stadium (Sat) - Tema Youth v Kpone Fairpoint
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