The Ghana national football team is one of the most dominant in the CAF Confederation as they have won a total of four Africa Cup of Nations titles. The current roster features several big names including Kwadwo Asamoah, Sulley Muntari, Asamoah Gyan, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Christian Atsu, Emmanuel Frimpong and many more! The African side play their home games wearing an all white home kit with black trim which is supplied by Puma.
Known at home as the Black Stars, Ghana have performed well on the world youth stage, they have won the U-17 title twice and come 2nd twice at the World Youth Championship. At full international level, they have won the African Nations Cup in 1963, 1965, 1978 & 1982, but it took until 2006 for them to qualify for their first World Cup Finals.
Kit suppliers Puma create a striking design for Ghana's home shirt set to be used within the 2017 AFCON. With the African Cup of Nations posing as one of the most brightly coloured and bold international tournaments on footballs global stage, Puma have decided to appropriately compose a unique ho [...]
Puma issue their revolutionary evoKNIT technology to Ghana's all-new home shirt for 2016. Perfectly epitomising classic meets modern, Ghana's latest home shirt to be worn for the African Cup of Nations qualification uses Puma's evoKNIT innovative technology within the traditional pure white colou [...]
CAF nation Ghana have officially signed a contract extension with Germ brand PUMA ahead of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations hosted in Equatorial Guinea. As part of the new deal PUMA will supply Ghana with training kits, leisurewear and playing kits at all team and age levels [...]
Prior to their friendly against Montenegro this week Ghana launched their new home and away kits for 2014 and the World Cup. Confirming our previous leak, Ghana have revealed new home and away shirts [...]
Another leaked Puma shirt, this time it's Ghana's turn where we can take an early look at their new home shirt which will be used during 2014, possibly during the 2014 World Cup. Ghana are yet to play the second leg of the final fixture in the CAF World Cup Qualification phase [...]
The Ghanaians played their first international match in 1950, beating Nigeria 1-0 in Accra, their biggest win came when putting twelve past Malawi without reply, whilst the Black Stars suffered their worst defeat to Brazil, losing 8-2 in March 1996.
The player to have pulled on the Ghana shirt on the most occasions is Abedi Pele (67 caps), he is also his country's top goalscorer with 33 goals. Tony Yeboah, Michael Essien, Patrick Agyemang and Nii Lamptey are other famous Ghanaians to play for their country. Ghana play in a home shirt of white, with black shorts and socks, the away kit is all yellow.