Ghana Premier League, GPL champions Asante Kotoko will begin their quest for continental glory next season on the weekend of September 9-11, 2022.
On the same weekend, FA Cup lord's Accra Hearts of Oak will also be in action as they return to African club competition for the second season running.
Hearts of Oak will play in the CAF Confederation Cup competition after winning the knock out competition last Sunday in Kumasi against Bechem United.
The two Ghanaian giants will look to do well in their respective competitions on the continental scene next season as Ghanaian clubs have struggled to make an impact on their forays in Africa over the last couple of seasons.
The Confederation of African Football, (CAF) has announced that clubs on the continent must register their players ending August 15, 2022 ahead of the start of the campaign.
Africa's governing body of football also announced that participating clubs can register a maximum of 40 players for their respective competitions.
The preliminary round of the two competitions will have the second leg matches played between September 16-18, 2022.
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