FIFA welcomed the Ghana delegation to the World Cup after the Black Stars landed in Brazil on Wednesday night for the 20th edition of the tournament.
Led by Ghana Football Association President, Kwesi Nyantakyi, the Black Stars, who flew into Salvador from Washington, D.C., on the eve of the tournament, have settled in at their base in Maceió in the north-east.
Ghana, the last team to reach Brazil were presented with welcome plaque by FIFA, as their arrival meant that all 32 participating teams are in Brazil ahead of the World Cup.
The Black Stars trained at the Estádio Rei Pelé on Thursday.
Ghana will open their campaign in the tournament against the USA on June 16 at Estádio das Dunas in Natal.
The Black Stars will face Germany on June 21 at the Estádio Castelão in Fortaleza, and close their Group G campaign at the Estádio Nacional against Portugal on June 26 in Brasilia.
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