THE Fiji Football Association will meet tomorrow to discuss the safety of Suva's players during the upcoming Champions League return match against Ba at Govind Park.
Yesterday, the parent body released the dates and venues of the 2012 Pillay Garments-sponsored event.
Suva will host its game at Prince Charles Park in Nadi on December 9 while Ba hosts the return leg at home at Govind Park on December 16.
Fiji FA chief executive Bob Kumar told Times Sport they were aware of the issue on the safety of Suva players.
"We will have a meeting on Saturday to discuss that issue," he said when Times Sport asked about the safety of Suva players playing at Ba's home ground.
"We are hosting the event, Ba will be playing their home game at Govind Park so we are mindful of that issue."
He said the venues were decided in consultation with Suva FA.
Suva soccer president Mahendra Prasad said they had made certain conditions while agreeing to play in Ba.
"There is no other ground available for Suva for their home game. Ratu Cakobau Park will be closed next month and also Navua's Thomson Park is not in top condition," Prasad said.
"Yes Fiji FA consulted us about the venue but we will play there under some conditions which we will submit to them.".
Ba is the champion of the Battle of the Giants and National League while Suva scooped the Fiji FACT and Inter District Championship.