As part of their preparations for the FIFA World Cup in 2022, Ghana will play friendly matches against Japan and Chile.
The Black Stars beat Nigeria in the playoff round of the African qualifications and qualified for the World Cup in Russia in March.
The Ghana FA is preparing the team for this year’s World Cup, which will be held in Qatar, as the continent’s representatives.
The Black Stars have agreed to play Japan and Chile in separate friendly matches, according to information acquired this week.
First-phase qualifications for the 2023 TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations will be played once Ghana completes the first two matches (AFCON).
Both of Nigeria’s AFCON qualification games will take place in June. June 1st is the date for the first game against Madagascar, which will be followed by the Central African Republic.
It is imperative that the Black Stars win both of these games if they are to gain an advantage in the World Cup qualifying rounds.