Ghana, together with France and New Zealand, have been drawn in the same group for the successive Fifa Under-20 Women’s World Cup tournament.
The three countries met in Group C at the last edition in Papua New Guinea two years ago. Ghana drew 2-2 with France after suffering a 1-0 defeat to New Zealand.
They meet again in Group A of the 2018 Women’s World Cup with France as hosts. The Netherlands complete the group.
Coach Yusif Basigi’s girls will start their fifth straight World Cup outing against hosts France in the second game of the opening day in Vannes on August 5.
Ghana will stay in Vannes to take on Netherlands on August 8, with their final group game coming against New Zealand in Concarneau four days later.
Elsewhere in the draw, fellow Africans Nigeria were placed in Group D alongside Haiti, China and Germany.
The quarterfinals games have been fixed for August 16 and 17 while the semifinals will come off August 20.
The third-place match and grand finale have also been slated for Stade de la Rabine in Vannes on Friday, August 24.