NPFL side Enyimba will play the rest of their group stage game of the CAF Confederation Cup at the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium in Port Harcourt.
This was after Caf placed a ban on the UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar.
The two-time African champions had played their three previous home games in the CAF Confederation Cup at the UJ Esuene Stadium but were told by the continent’s ruling body to take their game to another place.
Concise News understands that this followed complaints of the poor condition of their playing ground by opponents.
Enyimba will play their next home game in the competition on July 8 against Ivorian side Williamsville.
Enyimba International Stadium is undergoing renovation works since the last three years.
The new artificial turf was laid last week but the sitting terraces and other parts are not ready.