Sports News of Sunday, 30 September 2018
The national U-23 team will face Togo in the first round of the Africa U-23 championship qualifiers for next year.
The Black Meteors will face Togo in a two-legged game, with the winner moving on to the next stage where countries like Nigeria, Congo, Senegal and South Africa have all drawn by for the second round.
Ghana has not qualified for the competition since the format was changed for the quadrennial competition, which is also a qualifying format for the Olympic games.
Ghana will face Togo in the first of the two legs on the weekend of November 12 with the second leg a week later.
Out of thirty countries line up for the qualifiers, seven will join host Egypt for the championship next year.
The first three teams from the competition in Egypt next year will represent Africa at the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020.
FIXTURES FOR THE FIRST ROUND OF QUALIFIERS
Ghana v Togo
Burkina Faso v Niger ‘
Angola v Namibia
Mozambique v Swaziland
Botswana v Malawi
Guinea Bissau v Sao Tome and Principe
Uganda v South Sudan
Mauritania v Equatorial Guinea
Seychelles v South Sudan
Kenya v Mauritius
Libya v Gambia
Rwanda v DR Congo
Ethiopia v Sierra Leone