Nigeria is among the very few countries with all-encompassing interests as the draw ceremonies for this year’s Women Africa Cup of Nations and the qualification series for next year’s African Nations Championship hold in Morocco, tomorrow.
Nigeria's Super Falcons will face the Canadian women national team twice next month in games designed to celebrate the North American ladies’ triumph at the 2020 Olympic Games
Super Falcons coach, Randy Waldrum, is expected to end the screening exercise for the Super Falcons crucial tie against the Lady Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire in the Women’s Nations Cup
25 Oct 2021
Nigeria’s Super Falcons fought a tough battle to edge out Ghana’s Black Queens and reach the final round of the qualification series for next year’s Women Africa Cup of Nations to be hosted by Morocco.
16 Jul 2021
Hitherto estranged Super Falcons striker, Desire Oparanozie, is in the Nigerian contingent that arrived in Vienna, Austria, yesterday to begin training ahead of the Aisha Buhari International
24 Jun 2021
Former Super Falcons Coach, Godwin Izilien, has called on Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and the team’s technical crew to scout for a new set of players to replace the top stars instead of concentrating
15 Mar 2021
South Africa Football Association (SAFA) President, Danny Jordan, has tipped Nigeria and his country’s women’s national teams to win the Women World Cup in the nearest future.
2 Jan 2021
Former Super Falcons coach, Ismaila Mabo, says the team is fast losing its ground, and there is the need for Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to revive it for the country to get better results this year.
8 May 2020
Players and officials of the Super Falcons of Nigeria may not get their 30 percent cut in the 2019 FIFA World Cup largesse, which will be paid to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) any time from now.
14 Dec 2019
Super Falcons yesterday dropped from 36th position to 39th in the latest Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) women’s world ranking released yesterday.
8 Oct 2019
The Nigeria women national team, Super Falcons’ hope of moving to the next round of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games African qualifying series was dashed yesterday by Cote D’Ivoire, who held the team to a 1- 1 draw at the Agege Township Stadium, Lagos.
7 Oct 2019
Anna-Bjornar of Norway’s Ngozi Ebere has earned a late invitation to the Nigeria women’s side for today’s clash against Cote d’Ivoire, reports Goal. The 28-year-old, who played a part in the Super Falcons’ second-round triumph over Algeria, was surprisingly left out by coach Christopher Danjuma for the qualifier game against the Ivoirians. After his side’s…