Former Premier League sides, Okwahu United and Cape Coast Venomous Vipers, have secured qualification for the 2023/2024 Access Bank Division One League.
Vipers, a traditional club, has an impressive history dating back to the amateur football days in 1956.
Although they have been in and out of the topflight, they have finally found their way back to the second-tier league after a remarkable season, going through the entire campaign with an unblemished record.
Okwahu United also staged a much-awaited comeback to Division One after a successful season in the Eastern Region Second Division league.
After being relegated to Division Two in 2017, they fought gallantly in the 2022/2023 Middle League, winning all their five matches to finish the season with an unbeaten record to gain promotion after a six-year hiatus.
Similarly, Rospac FC also qualified in impressive fashion from the Western Region, while PAC Academy emerged from the Ashanti Region.
Ahead of the new DOL season, Vipers, Rospac FC and PAC Academy will compete in Zone Two, while Paga Afeni FC, Wa Power SC, Northern City FC and Techiman Liberty FC play in Zone One.
In Zone Three, Okwahu United, Still Believe FC and Home Stars are bracing for a competitive season against the likes of demoted Kotoku Royals, Koforidua Semper FI, Vision FC and Hohoe FC (formerly Liberty Professionals), among others.