Ghanaâ€™s U20 team have drawn bye in the 2015 African Youth Championship first qualifying round.
The Black Satellites will face the winner between Sierra Leone and Guinea in the second round.
The three-time African champions will travel for the first leg between the weekend of 9-11 May, 2014.
If they advance, the Satellites will meet the winner of the second round contest between Gabon and the winners of the first round clash involving South Sudan and Rwanda.
Senegal will host 2014 Africa Youth Championship between 8-22 March.
The semi-finalists from the eight-nation tournament will qualify to the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand.