Ghana may be in the lower half of total world cup qualifications among those who are participating in the world cup. They have a total of 4 appearances out of a possible 22 tournaments. Their first three appearances at the tournament came between 2006 and 2014. And, in that short time, they managed to reach the quarter-finals. Players like Salisu, Partey, and Lamptey in their ranks, with plenty of other players playing in the top 5 leagues, are part of the Ghana squad. They will back themselves to perform well at the world cup Finals in Qatar.
Ghana is one of the most successful nations in AFCON, with 4 titles to their name and 23 participations out of the 33 tournaments. They haven’t been performing well in the competition lately, since 2017, with their last final appearance coming in 2010.
Ghana Team FIFA World Cup Kits
Puma is the kit manufacturer for Ghana, and the emblem of the Ghanaian FA is on the opposite side of the Puma logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys. The Ghana kits might be the most boring kit at the world cup. And definitely will be one of the hot contentions for the most uninspiring kits.
The first kit is predominantly white in colour, and the only elements on the front of the chest, are the logo of puma and the emblem of the FA with a star in the middle and between them. The logo is also to be seen on the sleeves of the kit. The only colour pop that exists in the kits is that of the colours of the national flag used as highlights on the sleeves.
The red kit is somewhat better than the white kit, but not entirely. They have used red all over, with a single vertical stripe in the middle being used in a darker shade to stand out. And, amplify the central design which is similar to that of the Swiss kits. Moreover, the use of the national colours as highlights has been retained in this kit as well.