Ghana has submitted two venues for use of the Black Stars during the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers and they have been approved by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The Accra and the Cape Coast Stadiums are the venues that will be used for the World Cup qualifiers which will begin in June.

After three successive World Cup appearances in Germany in 2006, 2010 in South Africa and 2014 in Brazil, the Black Stars failed to make it to Russia in 2018.

This time dates for the next World Cup in the Gulf Region is out as the journey begin in June 2021 across the African continent.

The Black Stars are in Group G alongside South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia and will need to play above themselves to top the group.

On Thursday 1st April,2021, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) announced the schedule and dates for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

Ghana will begin the road to Qatar at home in June this year with a game against Ethiopia and end with another home tie against the Bafana Bafana of South Africa in October 2021.

In a rather hectic qualifiers table toppers of the 10 groups will meet and play an elimination game between 8th and 16th November 2021 with the five winners qualifying for the mundial in Qatar.

Ghana will begin their World Cup qualification campaign at home to Ethiopia at the Cape Coast stadium in June 2021 before playing Zimbabwe and South Africa.