The Black Princesses of Ghana will be hoping to make it out of the group stage of the FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup for the first time when they take part in this year’s edition.
Ghana was drawn in Group D, joined by the United States of America (USA), defending champions, Japan and the Netherlands.
Ben Fokuo’s side booked their ticket to the tournament for a sixth consecutive time after a successful qualifying campaign.
The Princesses beat Zambia, Uganda and Ethiopia en route to qualifying for the mundial in Costa Rica.
The 10th edition of the U-20 Women’s World Cup is scheduled to kick off on August 10 with the final coming off on August 28.
Group A: Costa Rica, Australia, Spain, Brazil
Group B: Germany, Colombia, New Zealand, Mexico
Group C: France, Nigeria, Canada, Korea Republic
Group D: Japan, Netherlands, Ghana, USA
San Jose and Alajuela will be the two cities to host the tournament.
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