Head Coach of the Black Princesses Ben Fokuo has invited 39 players to camp at the Ghanaian Centre of Excellence at Prampram on Thursday, July 15, 2021.
The team would begin preparations for the 2022 FIFA Women’s U-20 World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana drew a bye in the preliminary round of the qualifiers but would face Guinea Bissau in the first round of the qualifiers in September this year.
The Black Princesses are in search of tickets to a record six conservative appearances at the FIFA Women’s U-20 World Cup in Costa Rica next year.
Herein the invited player’s Grace Baanwa, Cynthia Konlan, Queenabel Amankwaa, Comfort Yeboah, Tedina Severe, Azuma Bugre, Joyce Larbi, Suzzy Dede Teye, Tutwaa Abigail, Jackqualin Owusu Amoako, Evelyn Badu, Grace Anima, Mukarama Abdulai, Doris Boadiwaa, Rahama Jafaru, Barikisu Abdul Rahman, Aziblim Farihana, Lydia Atimka, Sandra Atinga, Anesthesia Achiaa, Asana Yahaya, Abena Anoma Opoku, Loisa Aniwaa, Ayisha Yakubu
Elshadai Acheampong, Basira Alhassan, Elizabeth Oppong, Tracey Twum, Matilda Bless Fodu, Alexia Ehoma, Mavis Owusu, Mafia Nyame, Juanita Aguadze, Salamatu Abdulai, Felicity Asante, Thelma Baffou, Suzanne Ama Duah, Elizabeth Sarpong and Philomena Abaica