Ghana National Team 2022 FIFA World Cup

John Max
Thu Jun,2022
Ghana National Team 2022 FIFA World Cup Soccer

Ghana is also one of the successful African teams that have been contesting in the FIFA World four consecutive times since 2006. They also qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and are in Group 'H' along with Portugal, South Korea, and Uruguay. The Ghana National Team symbolizes men's football in the international football association. It is controlled and executed by the Ghana Football Federation.

The squad is nicknamed "Black star" after the Black Star of Africa. As of 2022, Ghana stands in the 60th position in the FIFA world ranking. They are also members of FIFA and CAF. The black stars played thier first international match on 28 May 1960. Today, the squad has contested tri international tournaments like the World Cup, the Africa Cup of Nations, and the Aian Nations Championship. During their World Cup debut in 2006, they played their first-ever quarter Finals in the global cup.

Otto Addo manages the Ghana National Team, and Andre Ayew is the team's captain. In Ghana's football history, Asamoah Gyan is the most capped player with 109 caps same time with 51 goals; he is the highest goal scorer as well. Their best accomplishment in the whole football journey was in 1963, 1965,1978, and 1982, clinching the trophy of the Africa cup of nations. 

The following are the probable players to play in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.


Lawrence Ati-Zigi(Goalkeeper)

Abdul Manaf Nurudeen(Goalkeeper)

Danlad Ibrahim(Goalkeeper)


Joseph Aidoo(Defender)

Daniel Amartey(Defender)

Baba Rahman(Defender)

Alexander Djiku(Defender)

Tariq Lamptey(Defender)

Gideon Mensah(Defender)

Denis Odoi(Defender)

Mohammed Salisu(Defender)

Alidu Seidu (Defender)


Mohammed Kudus(Midfielder)

Andre Ayew(Midfielder)

Daniel-Kofi Kyereh(Midfielder)

Elisha Owusu(Midfielder)

Thomas Partey(Midfielder)

Salis Abdul Samed(Midfielder)


Daniel Afriyie(Forward)

Jordan Ayew(Forward)

Osman Bukari(Forward)

Issahaku Abdul Fatawu(Forward)

Antoine Semenyo(Forward)

Kamal Sowah(Forward)

Kamaldeen Sulemana(Forward)

Inaki Williams(Forward)

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