Ghanaian National Team announced their presence in Qatar with beautiful African attire for the FIFA World Cup 2022. 

The team touched down in Doha after leaving Abu Dhabi, where they spent four days. Ghana will take their base as they prepare for their first encounter against Portugal.

In photos posted on social media, the players, technical team, and management members of the Black Stars were spotted in their smocks.

The black stars are back to the competition after missing out the 2018 Edition in Russia. Ghana have been put in the same group with Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.

Ghana had shown the mean business this year World Cup after they showed total dominance over Switzerland in the friendly match on November 17, 2022.

The nation with the lowest ranking entering the competition is Ghana.

Ghanaian National Team

Ghana National Team Schedule

Ghana will face one of the favorites to win the tournament, Portugal, on November 24, 2022. The team then plays against South Korea on November 28, 2022.

The last group stage comes against Uruguay on December 2, 2022. After that, Ghana travels to Madagascar for the African Nations Cup qualifiers on January 15, 2023.

Sudan will travel to Accra to face the Black Stars of Ghana on January 19, 2023. The Ghana National Team welcomes the North African side Morocco to Accra on January 23, 2023, for the African Nations Cup qualifiers.

Ghana International Football Players

  1. David Abagna
  2. Razak Abalora
  3. Thomas Abbey
  4. Ismail Abdul-Ganiyu
  5. Felix Aboagye
  6. Stanley Aborah (footballer, born 1969)
  7. Mohammed Abu
  8. Yakubu Abubakar
  9. David Accam
  10. Ben Acheampong
  11. Frank Acheampong
  12. Richard Ackon
  13. Afriyie Acquah
  14. Edward Acquah
  15. Sam Acquah
  16. Daniel Adade
  17. Ahmed Adams
  18. Sadick Adams
  19. Stephen Adams (footballer)
  20. Baba Adamu
  21. Bright Addae
  22. Addoquaye Addo
  23. Edmund Addo
  24. Eric Addo
  25. Ishmael Addo
  26. Joe Addo
  27. Otto Addo
  28. Simon Addo
  29. David Addy
  30. Lee Addy
  31. Dominic Adiyiah
  32. Lawrence Adjah-Tetteh
  33. Lawrence Adjei
  34. Sammi Adjei
  35. Sammy Adjei
  36. Daniel Nii Adjei
  37. Albert Adomah
  38. Enoch Kofi Adu
  39. Godfried Aduobe
  40. Kwabena Adusei
  41. Felix Afena-Gyan
  42. Harrison Afful
  43. Samuel Afful
  44. Opoku Afriyie
  45. Lumor Agbenyenu
  46. Edward Aggrey-Fynn
  47. Junior Agogo
  48. Daniel Agyei
  49. Edward Agyeman-Duah
  50. Joseph Agyemang-Gyau
  51. Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu
  52. Asante Agyemang
  53. Louis Agyemang
  54. Patrick Agyemang
  55. Thomas Agyepong
  56. Augustine Ahinful
  57. Kwaku Duah Ahinful
  58. Issah Gabriel Ahmed
  59. Stephen Ahorlu
  60. Joseph Aidoo (Ghanaian footballer)
  61. Lawrence Aidoo
  62. Abeiku Ainooson
  63. James Akaminko
  64. Jerry Akaminko
  65. Charles Akonnor
  66. Armah Akuetteh
  67. Michael Akuffu
  68. George Alhassan
  69. Karim Alhassan
  70. Masahudu Alhassan
  71. Mohammed Alhassan (footballer, born 1992)
  72. Bright Allotey
  73. Patrick Allotey
  74. William Amamoo
  75. Frank Amankwah
  76. Daniel Amartey
  77. Charles Amoah
  78. Matthew Amoah
  79. Prince Koranteng Amoako
  80. Emmanuel Ampeah
  81. Opoku Ampomah
  82. Kofi Amponsah
  83. Abdul Latif Anabila
  84. Benson Anang
  85. Abraham Annan
  86. Anthony Annan
  87. Felix Annan
  88. Theophilus Annorbaah
  89. Aziz Ansah
  90. Edward Ansah
  91. Eugene Ansah
  92. Joseph Ansah
  93. Emmanuel Ansong
  94. Christopher Antwi-Adjei
  95. Denny Antwi
  96. John Antwi
  97. Patrick Antwi
  98. Will Antwi
  99. Yaw Antwi
  100. James Kwesi Appiah
  101. Kwesi Appiah
  102. McCarthy Appiah
  103. Ofosu Appiah
  104. Stephen Appiah
  105. Ernest Papa Arko
  106. Papa Arko
  107. Adolf Armah
  108. Emmanuel Armah
  109. Alfred Arthur
  110. George Arthur (Ghanaian footballer)
  111. John Dada Arthur
  112. Bernard Aryee
  113. Derek Asamoah
  114. Kwadwo Asamoah
  115. Nathaniel Asamoah
  116. Emmanuel Asante
  117. Ernest Asante
  118. Solomon Asante
  119. Uriah Asante
  120. Isaac Asare
  121. Nana Akwasi Asare
  122. Majeed Ashimeru
  123. Patrick Asmah
  124. Ebenezer Assifuah
  125. Lawrence Ati-Zigi
  126. Ibrahim Atiku
  127. Vincent Atinga
  128. Christian Atsu
  129. Joseph Larweh Attamah
  130. Godwin Attram
  131. Gladson Awako
  132. Mohamed Awal
  133. André Ayew
  134. Ibrahim Ayew
  135. Jordan Ayew
  136. Kwame Ayew
  137. Joseph Aziz

Ghana National Team Coach

The name of the Ghanaian national team manager is Otto Addo. He was born on June 9, 1975, and Addo also works as a talent coach in Dortmund, Germany.

Ghanaian National Team

Addo has a height of 1.82 m (6 ft and 2 in). From 1999 to 2005, when he played for Borussia Dortmund, the Ghanaian scored 11 goals in 70 appearances.

Ghanaian National Team

For his national team, he scored two goals in 11 appearances. He is a nice player in a one-on-one situation, very versatile, and good aerially. His winning percentage on a national level is 33.33%. 

Ghanaian National Team

Ghanaian National Team Defenders

Joseph Attamah

Yakubu Mohammed

Fatau Mohammed

Tariq Lamptey

Samuel Ilkoom

Dennis Odoi

Eric Owusu

Kasim Adam Nuhu

Edwin Gyimah

Daniel Opare

Mohamed Salisu

Jonathan Mensah

Mohamed Awal

Gideon Waja

Daniel Darkwah

Jerry Akaminko

Edwin Gyimah

Nicholas Opoku

Rashid Sumalia

Baba Rahman

Joseph Aidoo

Jonathan Mensah

Samuel Tetteh 

Alexander Djiku

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