Ghana’s U20 will know their opponents for the FIFA World Cup after today’s draw in Istanbul, Turkey.

The Black Satellites are one of four Africa’s representatives who qualified from the African Youth Championship currently underway in Algeria.

The 2009 champions could be paired against other qualifiers from Europe like Spain, Greece, France and Portugal.

Paraguay, Colombia and Uruguay lead a strong team from South America after Brazil and Argentina both failed to qualify.

The North and Central America zone has a line-up comprising USA, Cuba, El Salvador and Mexico.

Twenty-four (24) will go into the draw for the tournament which will take place in seven cities Istanbul, Trabzon, Gaziantep, Antalya, Bursa, Rize and Kayseri.
The 2013 FIFA U20 World Cup will be played from 21 June to 13 July.