The Ghana Football Association have request for the services of military men to help fight hooliganism at different stadia.
The football governing body in the country made this known on Wednesday during a meeting held to dialogue on how to end misbehavior of fans during football matches.
Hooliganism has been choking for long Ghana Premier League and the Division One League.
Earlier this month, match officials were beaten by Wamanafo Mighty Royals mercilessly in a lower tie game.
The home venue has been banned by the FA.
Also, many officials have been attacked at the Ndoum Stadium among others.
It is believed that the involvement of the military will deter hooligans from assaulting officials.
Hooliganism in Ghana football has been a major plight that has ruined the game and made it difficult for the corporate world to inject money into football.
Past and present administration have tried to end the situation but seem to be a protracted challenge.