Ghana’s Black Princesses placed in Group E of the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup to be held in Colombia

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The Black Princesses of Ghana, according to the FIFA draw for the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup conducted on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, have been placed in Group E. The tournament will be held in Colombia, a country known for its passionate football culture and vibrant landscapes.

The Black Princesses will compete against Japan, New Zealand, and Austria in Group E. Each of these teams presents a unique challenge, promising a series of thrilling and competitive matches. Japan is known for its technical prowess and disciplined play, New Zealand brings a robust and physical style, while Austria combines tactical awareness with a strong team spirit. These matchups will test the Black Princesses’ skills, strategy, and resilience on the global stage.

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2024 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Groups

Yussif Basigi and Hannah Ofosu Asare, managers of the National Teams, were present for the draw. The draw is a crucial moment that sets the path for the teams and allows them to begin detailed preparations for the competition ahead.

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Date for the Tournament

The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup will kick off in Colombia from Saturday, August 31, to Sunday, September 22, 2024.

This year’s tournament marks a significant increase of participating teams from 16 to 24. The 24 qualified teams have been divided into six groups of four teams each for the final competition. This expansion reflects the growing interest and investment in women’s football globally, providing more opportunities for young talent to shine on the world stage.

It is also noteworthy that Ghana, along with Nigeria, Cameroon, and Morocco, will be representing Africa in this prestigious tournament. The presence of four African teams highlights the continent’s increasing influence and development in women’s football. Each of these teams will be aiming to make a significant impact and bring pride to their respective countries.

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