The Sharks will not honour a home game at the 25,000 capacity stadium due to crowd troubles during a Ghana Premier League tie on Sunday.
Elmina Sharks have been suspended from playing their home matches of the Ghana Premier League at Nduom Sports Stadium until further notice, the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced.
The development is a punitive measure to an incident during Sunday’s match against Medeama SC where some fans of the club went on the rampage over a refereeing decision, leading to the attack of referee Eric Owusu Bempah after the game.
Elmina Sharks ultimately lost the matchday fifteen fixture 2-1.
The fans believe the referee caused their defeat, hence decided to beat him up but the security personnel were around to save his life out of a brutal attack.
Elmina Sharks will have to relocate to a new venue for their home games ahead of the impending ban from the Football Association.
Their next home game against Asante Kotoko will be played away from the Nduom Sports Stadium.