On Thursday, June 10 at the MTN House (Headquarters) in Ridge, Accra, the MTN FA Cup Round of 32 draw will take place.
The match will include eleven Premier League clubs, twelve Division One League clubs, and nine lower-tier sides.
Before the Round of 32 draw on Thursday, the qualified teams were divided into three groups.
The zoning was done with the geography of the teams in mind, according to the Ghana Football Association (GFA), in order to eliminate long-distance matchups.
Aduana Stars, Berekum Chelsea, Kintanpo Top Talents FC, Kato Freedom Fighters, Sunyani Reformers, Techiman City FC, Kintampo FC, Steadfast FC, Paga Crocodiles, and Tamale FC are the qualified teams in Zone One.
Asokwa Deportivo, Asante Kotoko, Ashantigold, Aboi Young Stars, Karela United, Medeama, Venormous Vipers, Elmina Sharks, Thunderbolts FC, and Skyy FC are the clubs that make up Zone Two.
Zone Three includes the following teams: Heart of Lions, WAFA, Young Wise, Third World, Accra Great Olympics, Accra Hearts of Oak, Tema Youth SC, Attram de Visser, Phar Rangers, Legon Cities, Okwau United, and Windy Professionals.
The winner of the MTN FA Cup in 2020/21 would receive GH2000 in MTN airtime in addition to qualifying for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Confederation Cup.