FIFA Women’s World Cup
As the curtain falls on the exhilarating FIFA Women's World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand, Roseline Adewuyi's mission through the Slay-Ballers Campaign 2023 takes on heightened significance, elevating her as a visionary leader shaping the trajectory of women's football on a global scale. Roseline Adewuyi, a distinguished social educator and fervent gender advocate,…
As usual, the battle for semifinal slots at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup will begin today in Australia and New Zealand, but no African team is in the lineup.
Although Nigeria’s dream of playing in the quarterfinals of the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand died on the streets of Brisbane yesterday, as Super Falcons lost via penalties to Three Lionesses of England
On paper, today’s game between Nigeria and England at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand looks like a classic David versus Goliath clash. The gap between both sides indicates that it is a mismatch, but it is not really that simple.
The Shepherd-in-Charge of Celestial Church of Christ, Genesis Global, Israel Ogundipe, Livesport said Nigeria’s Super Falcons have what it takes to crush England in the round of 16 clash at the ongoing Women’s World Cup jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Ogundipe said this in a statement released on Sunday ahead of the church’s…
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Morocco yesterday became the third African team to qualify for the round of 16 of the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. They have also etched their names in the history books by advancing to the knock-out stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup at the first attempt.
• Morocco know fate today Super Falcons will resume training today ahead of their round of 16 clash with England at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. After their 0-0 draw with Republic of Ireland, which cemented their place in the round of 16 as Group B’s second placed team…
Nigeria’s Super Falcons, yesterday, advanced to the round of 16 at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, after a 0-0 draw with Republic of Ireland. The Falcons finished unbeaten in their Group B, a first-ever for an African team at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The Republic of Ireland have nothing but pride to play for in their last group game against Nigeria at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but the Europeans believe beating the Super Falcons will give them something to be proud of on their way back to Dublin.
Super Falcons midfielder Osinachi Ohale has said that she and her teammates want to show the world what Nigeria can do at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Ohale, who won the player of the match award, Live betting dismissed fears that she sustained an injury in the 3-2 win over Australia at the 2023…
Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, has told the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) to pay the Super Falcons whatever money is being owed the players. Wright said this on Thursday following the Super Falcons' 3-2 win over Australia in their second group match of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. https://twitter.com/IanWright0/status/1684536277058965504?t=KGrxIv7uIr-_X5CPQMtztQ&s=19 Nigeria’s Super Falcons on Thursday came…