The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has announced that fans will watch Saturday's All Africa Games (AAG) qualifying watch against Zimbabwe for free.
The Ohene Djan Sports Stadium in Accra will open its doors to the public for free as the Black Queens seek an emphatic victory over the Zimbabweans.
Kick off time is 3pm.
The goodwill gesture from the Ministry of Youth & Sports and the GFA is in line with the decision to boost support for the Black Queens for their qualifying matches.
"The Ministry and the GFA are moving to mobilize full support for the Black Queens and women football in general hence the decision to grant free admission to Saturday's game," GFA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara announced.
"We are pleading with our friends in the media to also encourage the fans to come to the game which is free to support the Black Queens to victory.
"We have all got a stake in this and we must encourage the Queens to go out there and make the country proud with the full backing of the home fans."
The Black Queens have played several friendlies as part of their preparations for the upcoming All African Games Qualifier.
The Ghanaian side are in high spirit ahead of this weekend's match in Accra and the coaches of the side have assured Ghanaians of a quality squad that will confront Zimbabwe.