Rampant Black Maidens thrash Djibouti to seal World Cup qualification

The Black Maidens have completed a 19-0 win over Djibouti to seal qualification to the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay later this year. 

The Black Maidens held a training session at the El Hadj Hassan Gouled Aptidon Stadium on Thursday afternoon ahead of their FIFA U17 World Cup against Djibouti on Friday. 

The Black Maidens have advanced to the final stage of the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup after beating Gambia 2-0 at the Cape Coast Stadium on Saturday.

Coach Evans Adotey has announced his starting line up for today's FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup qualifying match against Gambia.

The National U17 female team will face their Gambian counterparts in a 2018 FIFA U17 World Cup qualifying match in Banjul on Saturday December 2.

The National U-17 Women’s team, the Black Maidens will start their 2018 FIFA U-17 World Cup (Uruguay) campaign with a qualifying match against their Gambian counterparts in December.

The Black Maidens have arrived in Accra after exiting from the ongoing world 2016 FIFA Women's World Cup tournament which is being held in Jordan.

Ashtown Ladies forward Grace Acheampong will start in midfield for the Black Maidens when they take on Korea DPR in their FIFA U17 World Cup quarter finals clash on Thursday afternoon.

The Black Maidens have been knocked out of the 2016 FIFA World Cup after losing 2-1 to Korea DPR in the quarter finals stage of the competition. 

Two players have been ruled out of Ghana's FIFA U17 World Cup quarter finals game against Korea DPR scheduled for Thursday October 13.