The senior national team, the Black Stars of Ghana has already managed to make the 2021 African Cup qualification for 9th consecutive time after playing a 1-1 draw with South Africa.
The Stars have another hurdle ahead of them; the World Cup Qualification slots are out.
The qualification format being implemented by Africa’s Apex football body, Confederation of Africa Football (CAF) has made qualification a very tough one,
For a team to make it to the World Cup which will be held in Qatar in 2022, they would have to first emerge as winners of their respective groups and win a playoff with leaders of other groups.
The world qualification draw for African teams are out and Ghana have been drawn with Ethiopia, South Africa and Zimbabwe in group G.
According to Joy Sports, Ghana will play their first match against Ethiopia from 5th to 8th June 2021 in the first leg whiles the second is likely to be from 6th October to 9th October, 2021.
South Africans from 11th to 14th June, 2021 for the first leg game and the return match will be from 10th to 12th October, 2021.
The first leg gainst Zimbabwe will take place from 1st to 4th September whiles the return fixture takes place from 5th to 7th September, 2021.