The team is a blend of young and experienced players waiting to push off their first game at the competition.
Two players would be making their debut in the national team while one player being the most capped with 53 appearances.
The players were mainly selected from the Ghana Police Service female hockey team and the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) female hockey team with a few from the Ghana National Fire Service and Ghana Army.
The technical department of the team led by Ali Ghazanfar selected 18 players to represent the country.
The selected players are Goalkeeper Azumah Bridget (24 caps), Boakye Serwaa (48 caps), Coffie Ernestina (36 caps), Copson Hagiet (debutant), Umaru Nafisatu (Captain – 49 caps) Sulemana Adizatu (19 caps), Amoako Cecilia (53 caps), Opoku Elizabeth (51 caps), Afriyie Lydia (30 caps), Sarfoa Martha (36 caps), Berko Mavis (19 caps), Narkuor Vivian (24 caps), Goalkeeper Boye Abigai (10 caps).
The rest are Bamfo Racheal (51 caps), Sarfo Roberta (18 caps), Otoo Eleanor (debutant), Antwi Doris (four caps), and Okine Dede (four caps).
Coach Ghazanfar would be assisted by Abass Ramatu and Patrick Taylor with Ankomah Grace as Team Manager, Adangabey Gaetan would join the team as their Physiotherapist.
Ghana has been drawn in Pool A together with India, England, Wales, and Canada.
The team would play their first game on Friday, July 29 against India, followed by England on July 30, then Wales on August 1, and wrap up the group matches with Canada on August 2.