The Black Maidens of Ghana will know their FIFA World Cup group opponents on May 30.
The 2018 U-17 Women’s World Cup draw will be held at the headquarters of FIFA in Zurich in three months time.
Evans Adortey and his ladies secured one of the three available slots for Africa after beating Djibouti 19-0 on aggregate to become the first African country to qualify for all six FIFA World Cup tournaments.
The 2012 bronze medalist have been able to qualify out of the groups in the last three editions of the competition.
This year’s FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup will be hosted by Uruguay with the tournament scheduled for November 13 to December 1.