Ghana’s U17 and U20 female sides have received the greenlight from President Nana Addo to begin camping ahead of their respective International matches.
The two teams will take on Nigeria and Guinea in the FIFA U17 and U20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers respectively.
Both teams have been on break due to the Presidential directive to suspend Sporting activities in the country, coupled with CAF’s decision to put the qualifiers on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
During Sunday’s address to the Nation, the President pardoned the two teams from his restrictions.
“The National U17 and U20 female sides will be preparing for their upcoming International matches, henceforth there would be an easy of restrictions to allow them prepare for their various matches,” President Nana Addo said during his address.
“However all contact and non-contact Sports still remain suspended until further notice.”
Players of the Black Maidens and Black Princesses team are expected to return to camp to prepare for their upcoming International matches.
Ghana’s U17 female side have featured in every single FIFA World Cup, with their senior colleagues (Black Princesses) making it to five out of the last six World Cups.