November 26, 2022

Ghana has finally made an appearance in the Electronic Arts franchise, FIFA 23 ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar which is scheduled to start in late November.

The West African football giant has been absent from the long-running title even after their stellar performance in the 2010 edition of the FIFA World Cup held in South Africa and featured in the last world cup in Germany, in 2006.

Ghana, however, is not the only African country to appear in the recently published game. With a talented team that includes African Champions Sadio Mane and Edouard Mendy, Senegal is well-represented. As the African nation with the most World Cup appearances, Tunisia will also appear in the title. After qualifying for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Cameroon and Algeria also appear in the title.

(From L) Senegal’s forward Sadio Mane, Senegal’s goalkeeper Edouard Mendy and Senegal’s forward Bamba Dieng celebrate after winning the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) 2021 final football match between Senegal and Egypt at Stade d’Olembe in Yaounde on February 6, 2022. (Photo by Kenzo TRIBOUILLARD / AFP) (Photo by KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP via Getty Images)

Some of Ghana’s top footballers are on the roster of the nation’s national team. Thomas Partey of Arsenal and Mohammed Kudus, an Ajax player who has recently made waves in both the domestic league and the UEFA Champions League tournament.

The Ayew brothers, who have been key players for the team for a while, are also included. With Baba Rahman and Yiadom playing fullback, Daniel Amartey and Alexander Djiku continue to serve as the centre backs. On the left flank, Kamaldeen Sulemana also appears in the squad.

The newest recruits, including Inaki Williams of Atletico Bilbao, Tariq Lamptey of Brighton & Hove Albion, and Mohammed Salisu of Southampton, were not seen within the starting lineup for the team.