Twenty five players invited to Black Queens camp

Twenty-five (25)  players have received call ups into the Black Queens camp as they begin preparations for next month’s international friendly game against Japan.

Ghana's Black Queens have been crowned the champions of the maiden edition WAFU Zone B women's tournament after beating hosts, Cote d'Ivoire 1-0 in the final game on Saturday.

Striker Jane Ayieyam is back in tge starting line up for Ghana's Black Queens as they face Burkina Faso in a must win final Group A game at the on-going WAFU Zone B Women's tournament in Abidjan.

Stand-in coach of the Black Queens Mercy Tagoe has named Ghana's starting line-up for today's WAFU B Women's championship against Ivory Coast.

The Black Queens suffered a 1-0 defeat to Ivory Coast in Wednesday’s WAFU Women’s Championship opening game played at the Stadium.

Ghana's Ambassador to Ivory Coast HE Frederick Daniel Laryea paid a visit to the Black Queens after Tuesday afternoon’s training session at the Stade Felix Houphouet Boigny venue for Wednesday’s WAFU B’ Women’s Cup opener against the host nation.

 The Black Queens will leave Accra on Wednesday morning to Paderborn, Germany for a friendly against the German Women’s national team on Friday, July 22.

Former Black Queens captain Florence Okoe  and two players, Jemima Dussey and Leticia Zikpi are recovering after surgeries in South Africa.

Ghana's Black Queens will play Tunisia in the second round of qualifiers for a ticket to the 10th edition of the African Women's Championship in Cameroon later this year.