The Ghana National Football team represents Ghana in the international association football team. This Ghana football team was established as a national football team in the 1950s. The Ghana Football team is nicknamed the Black Stars in the Flag of Ghana. Ghana football team association’s name is Ghana Football Association short name is GFA and its Confederation is CAF in Africa. The Ghana team qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the nations. Also, they had qualified for 4 Olympic Games.
This team has won the Africa Cup of Nations four times that is in the years 1965, 1963, 1978, and 1982, and also has been runner-up 5 times as respectively in 1968, 1992, 1990, 2015, and 2010. Besides, the Ghana National Football team won the FIFA Best Mover of the Year Award and reached the 2nd round of the 2006 World Cup FIFA.
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In the 20th century, the Gold Coast Football Association was established in 1920 and succeeded by the Ghana Football Association team in 1957. In 1961, Charles Kumi Gyamfi became the coach and the Black Stars won the African Cup of the Nations in 1965 and 1963.
History of the Ghanaian national football team
Anyway, the team had no success in the FIFA World Cup qualification during this era. In the year 2008, Ghana reached a better ranking of 14 according to the FIFA World Cup Rankings. During these times, the Black Stars went on to secure a 100 percent record in the qualification campaign team winning the group. They won the first African team to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in 2010.
Ghana is a country in West Africa. Ghana is a nation that has a long history of footballing success. The first official match was played in 1922 when the team played against the British Gold Coast, who had earlier played against the British West Indies. The team was able to beat them 2-1. The team has won the Africa Cup of Nations twice, in 1957 and 1982. They also won the Africa Cup of Nations twice in 1972 and 1980.
The Ghanaian football team is one of the most successful football teams in Africa. It is the most successful team in Africa, playing in almost all African Cup of Nations and World Cup. Ghana’s history of success began in the 1950s when it won its first African Cup of Nations. The national team has won the Africa Cup of Nations six times, a record shared with the Egypt football team. Ghana has also won two Olympic Gold Medals in football, one at the 2004 Summer Olympics and another in 2008.
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Football team nickname: Black Stars
Confederation Name: GAF or Ghana Football Association.
Sub-confederation name: WAFU West Africa
Association of this team: Ghana Football Association of this team
Head of the coach: Games Kwesi Appiah
Team captain: Asamoah Gyan
Top Scorer of this team: Asamoah Gyan
FIFA code: GAH
Present rankings of FIFA: 50 numbers
The highest ranking of FIFA: is 14 or fifteen
The lowest ranking of FIFA: is 89
Ghana National football team players
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National Football team Ghana player names and their Date of Birth and Club name
|Post Name||Player Name||Date of Birth||Club|
|GK||Joseph Addo||2 November 1990||Aduana Stars|
|GK||Richard Ofori||1 November 1993||All Stars|
|GK||Adam Kwarasey||12 December 1987||Valerenga|
|DF||Lumor Agbenyenu||15 August 1996||1860 Munich|
|DF||Damoe; Darlwaj||2 November 1990||Aduana Stars|
|DF||Rashid Sumaila||28 December 1992||Al-Gharafa|
|DF||Jerry Akaminko||2 May 1988||Eskisehirspor|
|DF||Daniel Amartey||1 December 1994||Leicester City|
|DF||Jonathan Mensah||13 July 1990||Columbus Crew SC|
|DF||John Boye||23 April 1987||Sivasspor|
|DF||Harrison Afful||24 June 1986||Columbus Crew SC|
|MF||KwadwoPoku||19 February 1992||Miami FC|
|MF||Isaac Sackey||1 April 1994||Alanyaspor|
|MF||Ebenezer Ofori||1 July 1995||Stuttgart|
|MF||Godsway Donyah||14 October 1994||Nordsijaelland|
|MF||Winful Cobbinah||6 September 1991||Hearts of Oak|
|MF||Thomas Agyepong||10 October 1996||NAC|
|MF||Mohammad Abu||14 November 1991||Columbus Crew SC|
|MF||Thomas Partey||13 June 1993||Atletico Madrid|
|MF||Frank Acheampong||16 October 1993||Anderlecht|
|MF||Afriyle Acquah||5 January 1992||Torino|
|MF||Andre Ayew||17 December 1989||West Ham United|
|MF||Gershon Koffie||25 August 1989||New England Revolution|
|FW||Jordan Ayew||11 September 1991||Swansea City|
|FW||Asamoah Gyan (captain)||22 November 1985||Kayserispor|
|FW||David Accam||28 September 1990||Chicago Fire|
Ghana football team FIFA World Cup 2022 Squad
Ghana team has already been selected to play in Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Group H and they already proclaimed their 26-man squad for the World Cup 2022 squads.
Lawrence Ati-Zigi (St. Gallen)
Abdul Manaf Nurudeen (Eupen)
Ibrahim Danlad (Asante Kotoko)
Defender of the World Cup 2022
Daniel Amartey (Leicester)
Abdul-Rahman Baba (Reading)
Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg)
Joseph Aidoo (Celta Vigo)
Gideon Mensah (Bordeaux)
Denis Odoi (Club Brugge)
Tariq Lamptey (Brighton)
Alidu Seidu (Clermont)
Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
Midfielder of the World Cup 2022
Mohammed Kudus (Ajax)
Thomas Parte (Arsenal)
Andre Ayew (Al Saad)
Elisha Owusu (Gent)
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (St Pauli)
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh (Hearts of Oak)
Salis Abdul Samed (Lens)
Forward or Striker
Antoine Semenyo (Bristol City)
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku (Sporting CP)
Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Rennes)
Osman Bukari (Red Star Belgrade)
Felix Afena-Gyan (Roma)
Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao)
Kamal Sowah (Club Brugge)
The technical staff of the Ghana team
- Head of the Coach- James Kwesi Appiah
- Assistant coach name- Maxwell Konadu
- Goalkeeper coach- Richard Kingson
- Second Goalkeeper coach- Simon Addo
- Technical Coordinator- Stephen Appiah
- Second coordinator- Francis Oti Akenteng.
- Head Scout name- Otto Addo
- And head Masseur- Samuel Ankomah
- Head Physiotherapists- Professor Joseph Mintah
- Physiotherapists- Palph Frank and Colonel Ofosu Anim.
- Video Analysts- Michael Okyere
- Team head Doctor- Prof Do. Chris Adomako
- Equipment Manager- Ismail Amidu
- Business Manager- Anthony Baffoe.
Ghana Football team news
They were selected to play Africa Cup of Nations 2021 which will be held from 9th January 2022 to 6th February 2022.
Ghana National team crest organization and Supporters
The Black Star is recently on the Flag of Ghana’s national coat of arms of the national crest. The Ghana Black Stars or Ghana team was sponsored by Puma SE from 2005 with the deal finishing in 2014. The Previous dress was Manufacturer Adidas in the period 1957 to 2000 and Kappa in 2000 from 2005 and then Puma in 2005 from running present.
The Black Stars are organized by the president of the Ghana Football Association and also vice-president George Afriyie. And Frank Davis is the director of the Football team. Ghana Football Association announced a TV channel and it’s named GFA TV on 28 August 2013.
The Ghana Football field maintains an average stadium attendance of 60,000+ and this stadium’s highest attendance of 80,000+. Ghana was playing FIFA World Cup 2010 quarter-final against Uruguay which was attended by 84,017 viewers.