Harambee Starlets will play two friendly matches before embarking on their journey to Cameroon for the Africa Women Cup of Nations set for next month.
The first friendly will be between Kenya and Ghana’s Black Queens, according to the statement in the Football Kenya Federation.
“The friendlies were reached at after extensive deliberations between the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalization Committee, the Black Queens Technical team and budgetary support from the Ministry of Youth and Sports,”” read the statement.
After Ghana, The Starlets are expected to take on Zambia and South Africa as they step up preparations for the competition.
The Black Queens will return to Ghana on November 9 and will wrap up preparations for the competition with a friendly match against South Africa’s Bayana Bayana before commencement of the tournament on Saturday November 17.
Ghana are in group A alongside Algeria, Mali and Cameroon with their group stage matches to be played at the Accra Sports Stadium.
Defending Champions Nigeria are in Group B and will face South Africa, Kenya and Zambia at the group stage of the competition at the Cape Coast Stadium.
The final match of the competition will be played on Saturday 1 December at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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