|Association||Ghana Football Association|
|Sub-confederation||WAFU (West Africa)|
|Head coach||Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo|
|Most caps||Portia Boakye|
|Current|| 60 |
|Highest||42 (June 2008)|
|Lowest||60 (December 2019)|
(Lagos, Nigeria; 16 February 1991)
(Conakry, Guinea; 11 July 2004)
(Paderborn, Germany; 22 July 2016)
|Appearances||3 (first in 1999 )|
|Best result||1st round (1999, 2003, 2007)|
|African Women's Championship|
|Appearances||10 (first in 1991 )|
|Best result||Runners-up (1998, 2002, 2006)|
The Ghana women's national football team is the national team of Ghana and is controlled by the Ghana Football Association. They are nicknamed the Black Queens.
The following players were called up for the 2020 Turkish Women's Cup.
Head coach: Mercy Tagoe-Quarcoo
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|GK||Azume Adams||28 December 1997|
|GK||Fafali Dumehasi||25 December 1993|
|DF||Gladys Amfobea||1 July 1998|
|DF||Linda Eshun||5 August 1992|
|DF||Janet Egyir||7 May 1992|
|DF||Philicity Asuako||25 December 1999|
|MF||Juliet Acheampong||11 July 1991|
|MF||Sherifatu Sumaila||30 November 1996|
|MF||Mary Essiful||22 June 1993|
|MF||Elizabeth Addo||1 September 1993|
|MF||Portia Boakye||17 April 1989|
|MF||Grace Asantewaa||5 December 2000|
|FW||Beatrice Sesu||27 November 1995|
|FW||Priscilla Hagan||8 April 1996|
|FW||Princella Adubea||27 December 1998|
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Barikisu Issahaku||12 November 2001||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|DF||Ellen Coleman||11 December 1995||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Anastasia Akyaa||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Evelyn Badu||11 September 2002||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Justice Tweneboaa||28 October 2001||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Rita Okyere||14 July 1993||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|DF||Linda Addai||12 December 1995||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|DF||Blessing Agbomadzi||11 June 2001||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|DF||Vida Opoku||15 December 1997||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|MF||Ernestina Abambila||30 December 1998||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|MF||Grace Acheampong||6 September 2000||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|MF||Priscilla Okyere||6 June 1995||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|MF||Ophelia Serwaa Amponsah||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|MF||Joyce Antwiwaa||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|MF||Cynthia Yiadom||25 December 1994||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|FW||Mavis Owusu||7 December 2003||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|FW||Elizabeth Owusua||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|FW||Grace Animah||4 September 2003||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament (third round)|
|FW||Mukarama Abdulai||16 October 2002||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|FW||Leticia Adjei||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|FW||Alice Kusi||12 January 1995||2020 CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|FW||Milot Pokuaa||10 October 2001|
Win Draw Lose
|4 March 2020 Turkish Women's Cup GS|| Ghana ||0–3||Alanya, Turkey|
|16:00||Report||Stadium: Starlight Sport Complex|
FIFA World Cup record by opposing team
|Competition||Stage||Result||Opponent||Position / notes|
|1991 AC||QF||1–5 1–2|
|1998 ACQ||11–0 8–0|
|3–1||1 / 3|
|0–2||4 / 4|
|2000 ACQ||2nd QS||walkover|
|3–0||2 / 4|
|2002 ACQ||2nd QS||3–0 3–1|
|3–0||1 / 4|
|2–1||3 / 4|
|2004 ACQ||2nd QS||13–0 9–0|
|2–0||1 / 4|
|BM||0–0 (PSO: 6–5)|
|2006 ACQ||3rd QS||walkover|
|3–1||1 / 4|
|2–7||4 / 4|
|2008 SOQ||R16||2–1 2–0|
|walkover||2 / 4|
|2008 ACQ||2nd QS||1–1 3–0|
|3–2||3 / 4|
|2010 ACQ||2nd QS||1–0 3–0|
|1–3||3 / 4|
|2012 SOQ||R16||2–1 5–0|
|2012 ACQ||1st QS||3–0 5–0|
|2nd QS||1–1 1–1 (PSO: 8–9)|
|2014 ACQ||1st QS||3–0 3–0|
|Did not qualify|
|Did not qualify|
|Did not qualify|
|Did not qualify|
|Did not qualify|
|FIFA Women's World Cup history|
|Group stage||20 June||D 1–1||Foxboro Stadium, Foxborough|
|23 June||L 0–7||Civic Stadium, Portland|
|26 June||L 0–2||Soldier Field, Chicago|
|Group stage||21 September||L 0–1||The Home Depot Center, Carson|
|25 September||L 0–3|
|28 September||W 2–1||PGE Park, Portland|
|Group stage||12 September||L 1–4||Yellow Dragon Sports Center, Hangzhou|
|15 September||L 0–4|
|20 September||L 2–7|
|Africa Women Cup of Nations|
|Did not qualify|
Winners : 2018
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