Ghana will be camping at the plush Double Tree by Hilton Doha-Al Sadd Hotel during the World Cup in Qatar later this year.
The Black Stars qualified to the World Cup after beating Nigeria in a two-legged play-offs game in March this year.
And according to 3 Sports, the team will be in Doha and will use the Aspire Zone training facilities 1 as their training base.
Ghana is returning to the Mundial after missing the 2018 edition in Russia.
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The 2010 World Cup quarter-finalist have been drawn in Group H alongside Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay.
The Black Stars 🇬🇭 will lodge at the Double Tree by Hilton Doha hotel and train at the Aspire Zone Training Facilities 1 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.#3Sports #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/P9OXNWo4FN
— #3Sports (@3SportsGh) July 26, 2022
Ghana open her World Cup campaign with a game against Portugal, the last country they played before bowing out of the 2014 tournament in Brazil.
The Black Stars will then play South Korea and Uruguay in their second and third group game respectively.
Ghana coach Otto Addo opens up on nationality switch of players
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Black Stars coach, Otto Addo, has revealed that it took a lot to convince Tariq Lamptey, Inaki Williams and three other Europe-born players to play for Ghana.
German-born trio Stephan Ambrosius, Patric Pfeiffer and Ransford-Yeboah-Konigsdorffer have all agreed to wear the Black Stars jersey internationally.
According to Otto Addo, who was speaking to BBC Sport, the process was a difficult one with players knowing it’s a lifetime decision they are taking.
Ghanaian football fans praise Gladson Awako after Black Galaxies victory
Captain of Ghana’s Black Galaxies, Gladson Awako, set the internet ablaze after scoring a stunning goal in Ghana’s victory over Benin on Sunday.
The Hearts of Oak midfielder’s curling goal sealed a 3-0 victory for Ghana in the first leg of their 2023 CHAN qualifiers.
Source: Sports Brief News