The Ghana Football Association have unanimously agreed to the implementation of the new Club Licensing System from the 2013/14 season.
The overwhelming endorsement was made during the GFA’s Ordinary General Assembly on Thursday.
This means all clubs in the Premier and the second tier division must satisfy all requirements to be accredited to take part in competitions.
Some of these requirements include a fully functional club secretariate, an approved ground for matches and presentation of audited club accounts.
The Club Licensing System (CLS) is a directive from World football governing body FIFA aimed towards improving the standards of football administration especially in developing countries.
The Ghana FA will send its approved concession to the CLS to CAF on Friday after it was granted an extension following the expiration of the deadline on September 25.
Clubs who fail to meet this directive by the 2013/14 Ghana football season will be demoted to the lowest league competition.