Referee Patrick Kyeremanteng and his assistants were assaulted when they ruled out a goal by Dwarfs in the dying minutes of their 0-1 loss against Aduana Stars.
The GFA has now activated article 15.2 of its constitution which allows the body to suspend a league venue over security concerns.
"We can't play a Premier League game in Cape Coast until disciplinary committee of the GFA has looked into the matter,” PLB chairman Welbeck Abra-Appiah said.
Appiah says the measure has become important to in the wake of increasing cases violence at league centres.
“We only have to thank God the referee did not lose his life in Cape Coast,” Abra-Appiah said. “The league has become very competitive. Every club wants to avoid relegation, wants to be in the top 4 and if we don't act, things will get out of hand.”
The PLB says it will communicate a new venue for Dwarfs home games soon.