Ghana’s Black Queens To Play Nigeria Ahead Of AWCON

Ghana’s Black Queens will play Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia in friendly matches before the Africa Women’s Championship in November.

The Black Queens are yet to play any international game since February where they were involved in the WAFU Women’s Cup of Nations, a competition they won.

As host of this year’s Women’s elite football competition, the Black Queens could not take part in the qualifications to the competition.

The team has since been involved in domestic games where they have been playing series of friendly matches with some local Clubs.

Reports say Coach Bashir Hayford’s side will take on the three African giants in pre-tournament friendly matches.

All three countries will be playing in this year’s Africa Women’s Nations Cup.

South Africa and Zambia recently took part in the CASAFA Women’s Championship with the former winning the tournament for the second successive time after beating Cameroon in the finals.

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