Tokyo 2020 Olympics Football: 30 Black Queens called to camp

Tokyo 2020 Olympics Football: 30 Black Queens called up for camping


Black Queens head coach, Mercy Tagoe Quarcoo, and her technical team have called up 30 players to start camping at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence in Prampram ahead of their second-round 2020 Olympic Games qualifiers against Gabon.

The contingent is made up of both local and foreign-based players including Janet Egyir and Abdulai Mukarama.

The camping sessions are expected to start on Tuesday, August 6th and the players will be observed by the technical team before a final determination is made on the number of players to be used for the match against Gabon.

The two-legged tie will be played on August 26 and September 1. Gabon will host Ghana in the first leg and success for the Black Queens over the two legs will pit them against either Malawi or Kenya.

Below is the full list of Black Queens players called up:


Dumehasi Fafali – Police Ladies

Barikisu Issahaku – Northern ladies

Azume Adams – Prison ladies

Abigail Tawiah Mensah – Elmina Sea Lions



Gladys Amfobea – Lady Strikers

Justice Tweneboaa – Ampem Darkoaa Ladies

Ellen Coleman – Lady Strikers

Janet Nana Ama Egyir – Afturelding

Rita Okyere – Prisons Ladies

Blessing Agbomadzi– Elmina Sea Lions

Asuako Philicity. – Police Ladies

Achiaa Anastasia – Elmina Sea Lions

Leticia Adjei – Samaria Ladies

Vida Opoku – Police Ladies


Grace Asantewaa – EDF Logrono Feminino

Joyce Antwiwa Fenteng – Ashtown Ladies

Linda Addai – Soccer Intellectuals

Ernestina Tetteh – Halifax Ladies

Portia Boakye – Djugarden Eskilstuna

Grace Animah – Police Ladies

Cynthia Boakye Yiadom – Army Ladies

Priscilla Okyere – Rayo Vallecano

Evelyn Badu – Hasaacas Ladies

Juliet Acheampong – Prisons Ladies


Abdulai Mukarama – Northern Ladies

Mavis Owusu – Ampem Darkoaa Ladies

Alice Kusi – Shabab Al- Ordon

Elizabeth Owusuaa – Elmina Sea Lions

Milot Pokuaa – Hasaacas Ladies

Ophelia Serwaa Amponsah – Ampem Darkoaa Ladies