A record audience of about 5 billion people are expected to watch the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament to be staged in Qatar.
The biggest soccer mundial will be staged in the Asian country between November and December later this year with 32 countries set to battle it out for the covetous trophy.
According to FIFA boss, Gianni Infantino, the 2022 World Cup audience is projected to be 5 billion.
Ghana has been paired in Group H against European powerhouse, Portugal, 1934 winners, Uruguay and Asian side South Korea.
The Black Stars will open their account against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal before taking on South Korea and Uruguay respectively.
Below are the groups:
Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
England, Iran, USA, Ukraine/Scotland OR Wales
Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
France, Australia/UAE OR Peru, Denmark, Tunisia
Spain, New Zealand OR Costa Rica, Germany, Japan
Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea