|Address||Nkawkaw, Eastern Region, Ghana|
Nkawkaw Park is a stadium located in Nkawkaw, Ghana. The name of the city means “the red, red.” Although the ground can be used for different types of sports, it is mainly used for different football matches. Nkawkaw Park is the permanent home of Okwawu United, a football club that is from the Poly Tank Division One League. It is based in the same city. The capacity of the stadium is about 5,000 people, while the total capacity of the city of Nkawkaw is around 61,785 people.
According to the classification of Ghana Football Leagues, the main tenant of the stadium belongs to the Division One League (Zone 3B), but in 2007, the football club was demoted to the Division Three League. Also, eleven players of the team, as well as 5 technical officials, were banned for twelve months from playing against Nania F.C.
The 2014 FA Cup Champions, including the football teams Asante Kotoko and Storm F.C., was held at the Nkawkaw Park for the MTN FA Cup, which resulted in the score of 5-3. The stadium has also hosted a range of other big sports events. There is no much other information about it available, but it has an official Facebook account, allowing football fans to familiarize themselves with the day-to-day life of the football players.