The newly-promoted GPL side are more likely to play their home games at the Tema Sports Stadium
The Accra-based club who defeated the likes of Nania FC, Danbort and Okwahu United to make it to Ghana's elite division for the first time in their history were contemplating playing their home games at venues in Greater Accra or the Volta region, but after a serious thought they have settled on Tema.
“We have large support base in the Volta region as well as Accra and majority of people wanted us to play in the Volta region since there is only one premier club there which is Kpando Heart of Lions,” a member of the club’s management told Goal Ghana.
“But upon a serious thought it is more likely that we will play at the Tema Sports Stadium because the Ho Sports Stadium is not in shape, it needs serious renovations, we cannot also share the Kpando Park with Lions and besides we are a new club and we have to cut cost because travelling all the time to the Volta region for our games involves lots of money but with Tema it will subsidise our budget.”
Inter Allies was formed in 1996 as a colts club before being registered in 2000 as a Third Division club with the Ho Sports Stadium as their home venue before they moved to Accra.
The club has produced players such as former national Under-17 players Michael Coffie, Jonathan Quartey, Solomon Addy, Emmanuel Banahene, Nathaniel Asamoah and current U-20 playmaker and bronze-ball winner Clifford Aboagye.