Two Bayelsa clubs, Bayelsa United, and Bayelsa Queens, yesterday in Benin won the 2021 Aiteo Cup for men and women respectively.
This year’s final of Aiteo Cup competition will be between Bayelsa Queens and Robo Queens in the women’s category, while Nasarawa United will slug it out with Bayelsa United.....
Coach Moses Aduku of Bayelsa Queens yesterday became the first casualty of the ongoing Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL) when he was sacked by his team for his side’s poor showing in the competition.
• Shaibu urges Edo Queens to be good ambassadors Clubs involved in the Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL) Super Six play-off scheduled for Ijebu Ode this week have arrived in the city ready to battle for the CAF Champions League ticket at stake. The teams are Bayelsa Queens, FC Robo, Delta Queens, Rivers Angels, Sunshine…
26 Nov 2020
The Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) yesterday relegated five premiership clubs to the second division for failing to meet players licensing and registration deadlines ahead o
23 Nov 2020
Bayelsa Queens Football Club have emerged winners of the Flying Officer’s pre-season Cup tournament.
29 Oct 2019
Dreams come free. Most times it brings expectations of good tidings from a highly anticipated event. But when four entities have the same dream albeit from their different routes, only the surest reach the expected goal.
26 Aug 2019
The Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) has promised to initiate more innovations in the country’s women’s football league that would boost the fortunes of the gender game in Nigeria.
17 Jul 2019
The Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) yesterday disclosed that 2018/2019 league’s kickoff has been postponed by one week due to unforeseen circumstances.
29 Jan 2019
The 2017/18 Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) season officially came to a successful end on Sunday in Lagos with the emergence of Bayelsa Queens...
28 Jan 2019
Bayelsa Queens yesterday made good their boost of winning the 2018 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Super Four Championship when they beat defending champions, Nasarawa Amazons 2-0 at the Agege Stadium, Lagos.
25 Jan 2019
Girls, girls, girls… pretty women all of them, will assemble at the ‘Soccer Temple’ in Agege to decide which team among Nigeria’s biggest four clubs will go home with the most coveted trophy in the country’s women football. It is the Nigerian Women Football League Super Four Championship, which this year will feature defending champions,…