Kumasi King Faisal together with Amidaus Professionals and Dwarfs will spend the 2014-2015 league season in Division one following their relegation from the Premier League.
King Faisal failed to secure all three points on a dramatic day of survival after drawing 1-1 at home to FC Berekum.
King Faisal were ahead after 7 minutes through skipper Tetteh Nortey but were pegged down by a second half equalizer from the foot of Dennis Tetteh; from that point King Faisal threw everything upfront for the needed winner but the score remained the same.
Ebusua Dwarfs return to the second tier after a disastrous campaign; the Cape Coast based side recorded 9 wins in a total of 30 league games ending the season with a point haul of 35. Amidaus Professionals on the other hand ended the league campaign firmly rooted at the bottom with 33 points.
Kumasi Kotoko and Hearts of Lions picked up the two slots for the CAF Champions League while third placed Hearts of Oak and MTN FA Cup finalist Inter Allies, represent the country in the Confederations Cup.