This will be the first time a regional football association will be embarking on such an idea to exhibit and sell players.
The initiative is aimed at giving all the 72 clubs in the 12 zones of the region a platform to exhibit their best and quality players to compete for a possible transfer.
Although a date has not been fixed for the event, it will have the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Proton Sports Limited (PSL), Mr. Kurt Okraku, as a leading figure in the organization.
According to the GARFA Chairman, Nii Komiete Doku, the event will enable the clubs sell their best players through the matches they will play and also give an opportunity to people in football administration to socialize and create links.
He said the fair will be opened to the coaches and scouts of 16 clubs in the premier division, coaches of the various national teams, local and foreign football agents to come and assess the kind of quality players available at the grassroot.
He explained that the 12 zones will each converge at the Accra Sports Stadium on different dates to play a knockout match against themselves and while playing they will be monitored by the coaches and scouts around.
A four member committee was constituted to run the affairs of the programme which is expected to take off during the premier league recess for the African Cup of Nations in South Africa.
It was agreed at the meeting that participating clubs are required to brand their jerseys with unique numbers for each player. They agreed that the minimum branding required was to have the name of the team on the shirt.
At the same event, a fund named ‘Futurity Fund’ was also launched with a seed capital of a GH¢100.00 contribution per club and will have Dr. Allbert Arthur of Bravo Bravo Football Club as its Chairman.
Nii Doku explained that the idea fund of the fund was conceived after the demise of his predecessor Jordan Anagbla and will not purposely serve as an avenue for burying the dead but could also serve a credit facility for the clubs.