The Ghana Football Association would unveil its four-year business plan at a ceremony in Cape Coast today.
The launch of the business plan comes after last week's stakeholders meeting in Accra.
The new business plan revolves around former GFA boss, Ben Koufie's five-year development document which dwells much on the technical aspect of the game and includes broader areas like business administration, sports medicine, youth development and women's football.
According to the president of the football association, Kwesi Nyantakyi, the business plan would seek to raise substantial capital from corporate bodies for the implementation of all projects.
The plan is geared at making Ghana a model for football administration in Africa.
Some of the key areas expected to receive much attention is sports medicine and the development of the women's game.