Len Clay Stadium

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Len Clay Stadium
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Location Obuasi, Ashanti, Ghana
Capacity 20,000[1]
Construction
Opened April 17, 2005
Architect J.A.W Cole
Project manager S.C.C
Tenants
Ashanti Gold Sporting Club
Ghana national football team

Len Clay Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Obuasi, Ghana. The new stadium, opened April 17, 2005 and is home to Ashanti Gold Sporting Club. It has capacity for 20,000[2] people.

Stadium etymology[edit]

The stadium is dedicated to Len Clay, a former Group Engineering and Projects Manager of Ashanti Goldfield Company and supporter of the team.[3]

The stadium was Built under the direct project supervision Of Engineer and Builder J.A.W Cole, who also built the Enyinam Housing Project and Enyinam lodge amongst others and different projects under S.C.C across Ghana.[3]

Stadium features[edit]

The stadium features automatic turnstiles, car park and over 1,300 seats in the main Grandstand, as well as six Executive Boxes, each with its own air-conditioning and room for 40 seats.[3]

Stadium complex[edit]

The Stadium complex includes an athletic track, P.A. system, video cameras, V.I.P. car park, toilets and a bar with a function room.[3] A multi-gym and electronic scoreboard, as well as floodlighting.[3]

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Coordinates: 6°12′31″N 1°40′38″W / 6.20861°N 1.67722°W / 6.20861; -1.67722