Ghana national team coach Otto Addo has named the final 26-man squad set to compete at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Squad has familiar names including Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey and the Ayew brothers (Jordan and Andre).
But goalkeeper Richard Ofori, Mubarak Wakaso and Jeffrey Schlupp are among the notable omissions.
The Blacks Stars are in Group H alongside Switzerland(Nov 17), Portugal (Nov 24) and South Korea (Nov 28).
They return to the World stage after missing out on the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
They this year eliminated Nigeria on away goals rule to book a ticket to Qatar.
This will be their fourth World Cup appearance having featured in 2006, 2010 and 2014.
In 2006, they were the only African side to go past the groups where they were stopped just at the second round in Germany.
the 2010, Blacks Stars advanced to the quarter-finals where they were eliminated by Uruguay after shootouts. They had a chance to win it just before fulltime but Asamoah Gyan missed the penalty after Luis Suárez handled the ball.
In 2014, Ghana was eliminated at the group stages, finishing bottom in a group that had Portugal, USA and Germany.
Ghana final World Cup squad
Ibrahim Danlad (Asante Kotoko SC)
Abdul Manaf Nurudeen (KAS Eupen)
Lawrence Ati-Zigi (FC St. Gallen)
Daniel Amartey (Leicester City)
Mohammed Salisu (Southampton)
Alexander Djiku (RC Strasbourg)
Alidu Seidu (Clermont Foot)
Tariq Lamptey (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Abdul Rahman Baba (Reading FC)
Gideon Mensah (AJ Auxerre)
Denis Odoi (Club Brugge)
Joseph Aidoo (Celta Vigo)
Salis Abdul Samed (RC Lens)
Thomas Teye Partey (Arsenal FC)
Elisha Owusu (KAA Gent)
Daniel Afriyie Barnieh (Hearts of Oak)
Kamal Sowah (Club Brugge)
Mohammed Kudus (Ajax Amsterdam)
Andre Ayew (Al Sadd SC)
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (SC Freiburg)
Osman Bukari (Red Star Belgrade)
Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace)
Inaki Williams (Athletic Bilbao)
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku (Sporting Lisbon)
Kamaldeen Sulemana (Stade Rennes)
Antoine Selorm Semenyo (Bristol City)