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Accra Sports Stadium,[1] ka ba da buon ye Ohene Djan Stadium, anɛ Stadium kanɛ mɔr tʋʋmbabʋg ka nɔkid nidib nwɛnɛ tusa pisnaasi (40,000) pɛ’ɛn ka bɛ Accra sʋ’ʋlim, Ghana,[2] ka ba mɔr nwɛ’ɛd association football maknam. Ba mɛ lɛm mɔri di maan rugby union.[3]

Accra Sports Stadium
stadium
Inception1961 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Sportassociation football Dɛmisim gbɛlima
ContinentAfrica Dɛmisim gbɛlima
CountryGhana Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Located in the administrative territorial entityKorle-Klottey Municipal District Dɛmisim gbɛlima
LocationMinistries, Victoriaborg Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Coordinate location5°33′5″N 0°11′31″W Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Significant event2023 African Games Dɛmisim gbɛlima
Date of official opening1952 Dɛmisim gbɛlima
OccupantAccra Great Olympics F.C., Accra Hearts of Oak SC, Accra Lions FC, 2023 African Games Dɛmisim gbɛlima
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Din an si’em

Ba da zuŋ stadium lanɛ yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pisyuobʋ nɛ ayi la ni (1962) dɔlisid bɔɔlkanɛ ka Accra XI nɛ Kumasi XI da nwɛ’. Di yʋ’ʋri da an Accra Sports Stadium, ba da tiaki stadium la yʋ’ʋri tis Ohene Djan, Ghana ninkanɛ da an yiiga Director of Sports, yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ anaasi la ni (2004) ban da tiaki di la nya’aŋ. Di yʋ’ʋr la tiakir da mɔr daʋŋ bɛdegʋ kena ka Ga nidib la pʋ siakɛ.[4] Daʋŋ bɛ stadium la yʋ’ʋr tiakirin hali giligid. Yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ piinɛ yinne nwadisa ayuobʋ dabpiinɛ ayuobʋ daar (16 June 2011), yʋ’ʋkanɛ ka ba da sɔbi tabil stadium la, 'Ohene Djan Stadium' da tiaki keŋ 'Accra Sports Stadium' ka Accra Metropolitan Assembly pʋ yina tis mɔɔlʋgʋ di yɛlaa ka National Democratic Congress Governmentmɛ sʋŋi di.[5]

Din da an zin’ikanɛ ka ba na nwɛ’ 2008 African Cup of Nations maknam la, ba da maligim mɛ, ka tiaki di ka di lieb nwɛnɛ FIFA zi’esim. Ba da tʋm tʋʋma stadium la nii naae yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ ayɔpɔi la nwadis piiga ni (October 2007). Ba da zuŋi di nɛ four-nation tournament dinɛ ka Ghana da di (the Zenith Cup).

Makbanɛ ka ba nwɛ’ ani

Stadium la mɛ anɛ Africa most popular kilabs, Hearts of Oak nɛ Accra Lions FC nɛ Great Olympics, la yin zin’ikanɛ ka ba nwɛ’ɛdi ba maknam ka Ghana national team maknam la sieba mɛ nwɛ’ɛda ani sansieba.

Yʋʋm tusa ayi (2000) African Cup of Nations dinɛ da bɛ Ghana nɛ Nigeria la, ba da nwɛ’ maknami[6] awai stadium la ni ka da lɛn an zin’ikanɛ ka ba da nwɛ’ yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pisyɔpɔi nɛ anii (1978) final.

Zin’ig la nib a mɛ nwɛ’ professional boxing tʋʋma, dinɛ kanli na an nwɛnɛ piswai nɛ yinne (91 professional boxing programs) din yi yʋʋm tusa ayi nɛ pisi nwadisa anii la ni (August 2020).[7] Dinɛ gaadi da wʋsa anɛ dinɛ da naam Asibit daar yʋʋm tusir, kɔbiswai nɛ pisyɔpɔi nɛ ayuobʋ nwadis piinɛ yinne daba ayuobʋ daar la (Saturday, 6 November 1976), Ghana David Kotei, World Boxing Council's world Featherweight champion, da kɔ’ɔŋi o championship tis International Boxing Hall of Fame nid, Mexican-American Danny Lopez 15 rounds ka bi’esʋg kai la.[8] La’askaŋa mɛ da paas, 29–0 prospect Sulley Shittu nɛ Felix Figueroa, ka Shittu da di 8 rounds.[9] Nimabɛ da keŋ la’asʋg la kanl da na gaad nwɛnɛ tusa kɔbiga (100,000).[10]

Gbanvɛɛnsa

  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20210505150941/http://www.worldstadiums.com/africa/countries/ghana.shtml
  2. https://web.archive.org/web/20210505150941/http://www.worldstadiums.com/africa/countries/ghana.shtml
  3. https://web.archive.org/web/20170816105912/http://xliveafrica.com/2016/02/22/conquerors-blow-hurricanes-away-in-rugby-championship-final/
  4. http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/SportsArchive/artikel.php?ID=80345
  5. http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/SportsArchive/artikel.php?ID=211396
  6. http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/sport/football/africa/cup_of_nations/accra.stm
  7. https://boxrec.com/en/venue/46320
  8. https://www.ringtv.com/123897-hall-of-fame-friday-danny-little-red-lopez/
  9. https://boxrec.com/en/event/297772
  10. https://www.ringtv.com/554332-best-i-faced-danny-little-red-lopez/