Hearts of Oak will play their first competitive home match at the Accra Sports Stadium under floodlights after one year in the Normalisation Committee Special Competition which commences this weekend.
The Phobians will play Dreams FC at home on Sunday, March 31, in their first home game of the competition.
At a press conference in Accra on Wednesday, Mr. Kwame Opare Addo, Communications Manager of the club said, the game would be played at 18:00 GMT adding that rates for the match would be made public soon.
Meanwhile, Hearts coach Kim Grant has promised beautiful football for the expectant supporters on Sunday.
The skipper of the side Fatawu Mohammed also said the game was a must win for the team.
Football activities will resume for the first time this weekend since the halting of the Ghana Premier League, as well as the Divison One League due to the airing of the Anas, expose on corruption in Ghana football.