Three National Football teams will resume camping from the 1st of August for the various international competitions scheduled by CAF and FIFA.
The Teams comprising the National U17 male team, the Black starlets, the Female teams of U20 and U17, Black Princesses and the Maidens will all begin camping towards their various competitions.
The Black Princesses are preparing for the World cup in 2021, and will continue their qualifiers in September against Guinea Bissua.
The Black Maidens who are into their last qualifiers for the 2021 World Cup will also go into camping before playing their game in October.
The Black Starlets will be preparing for the Africa Zonal qualifying championship scheduled for early 2021.
With the Prampram facility unavailable due to COVID-19, the Ghana FA have turned their attention to the central region to host the three teams who will have over one month camping before the qualifiers.
The Ghana FA believes the Government of Ghana’s ban on contact sports will be lifted after the July deadline, opening way for the teams to camp.
Executive council member Nana Sarfo Oduro in an interview maintained they are optimistic the Government will relax the ban to allow for the teams to go into camping.
Nana Sarfo believes the situation is one that affected all other countries and believes the little time left will be enough to put the team in shape for the qualifiers.