The five-member committee set up by Government of Ghana will take charge of the preparation of the National Under-20 female team ahead f the 2018 FIFA U20 World Cup later this year. This was confirmed by the the spokesperson for the Ministry of Youth Sports Elvis Adjei-Baah in an interview with
The Ghana Football Association has postponed all football matches until further notice.
This is as a result of a directive from the the government of Ghana.
In effect, the MTN FA Cup Round of 32 matches and the Sanford Women’s FA Cup Round of 16 games will not come off as scheduled.
Ghana's Black Princesses will taken on hosts France on the opening day of the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.
The Princesses have been drawn with hosts, France for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.
The official draw for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup which took place at the Rennes
Black Princess player, Rafiatu Kulchiri has expressed optimism about the team as they look to make great impact in the 2018 FIFA Women's World Cup.
The National Women's U-20 team beat Cameroon 3-0 to qualify on a 4-1 aggregate after the two legged affair. The game took place at the Cape
Yusif Basigi, coach of the Women's U-20 team, has revealed he will consult his predecessors who took the team to the previous editions of the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.
The Black Princesses Coach spoke to Ghanamansports after the emphatic win over Cameroon.
"Cameroon was the toughest opponent for us in the world
After a qualification process that involved 17 teams in Africa, Ghana and Nigeria came out on top to return to the global finals which will take place in France from 5-24 August.
Ghana and Nigeria are perennial qualifiers from Africa but Congo DR are the only other African team ever to
Coach Yusif Basigi has stated confidently that Cameroon cannot stand in the way of the Black Princesses as they look forward to qualifying for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.
Ghana's Black Princesses are preparing for the last hurdle of the qualifying series as they clash with Cameroon this Saturday towards
The Black Princesses of Ghana returned home with heads high after holding their counterparts of Cameroon to a 1-1 draw game in the first leg of the final FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier in Yaounde on Sunday afternoon.
The Young Lioness of Cameroon took the lead in the first half courtesy Alexandra
Ghana's Black Princesses have secured a place in the last round of qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA U20 Women's World Cup. Princesses obtained a 5-1 victory over the Harambee Starlets of Kenya at the Nairobi City Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
A couple of goals from Ampem Darkoa and a their one
Ghana's Black Princess will travel to Kenya as they face the Women's U-20 team of Kenya for the 2nd Leg of the 2018 World cup qualifier to be staged in France .
The team made up of 18 players will be led by Abiba Atta and Alhaji Mahama Fuseini as they leave