FIFA Women’s World Cup
Time to get serious with women’s football
The Super Falcons have been Africa’s dominant team for as long as many can remember, and have not failed to make a World Cup appearance since the inaugural edition in 1991. As such, the expectations are always high, and belief is at its utmost.
Gallant Super Falcons lose 0-1 to France
African champions, Nigeria fought valiantly but eventually lost by the odd goal to host nation France in Rennes yesterday as the curtain was drawn on Group A of the Eighth FIFA Women’s World Cup finals...
Oshoala hope Falcons get points against France
Super Falcons striker Asisat Oshoala Wednesday admitted that she and other teammates were scared of losing their second game at the FIFA Women's World Cup in France. After suffering a 3-0 loss to Norway in their opening game and in dire need of a win against a Korean side who also went down 4-0 to…
Falcons will survive group stage, Oshoala assures fans as World Cup begins in France
Since 1999, the Super Falcons of Nigeria have been struggling to move pass the group stage at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, but their effort have been unsuccessful.
Fifa Women's World Cup 2019: All you need to know
France will host the Fifa Women's World Cup for the first time when the tournament kicks off on 7 June. England and Scotland are among the 24 teams taking part with the final in Lyon on 7 July. The tournament will be hosted in nine cities and played in nine different venues. Here's everything you…