NWFL will take football back to fans, says Falode
Chairperson of the Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL), Aisha Falode, is convinced that putting the right structures in place would lure fans back to the ladies’ game.
‘NWFL/LaLiga show your other side challenge part of women football revolution’
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick, has described the just concluded NWFL/LaLiga ‘Show Your Other Side Challenge’ as an effective tool in Nigerian Women Football League’s efforts to develop the ladies game in the country.
Wike congratulates Rivers Angels for winning NWFL
Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has congratulated the state’s women football team, Rivers Angels, who at the weekend won the 2021 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership title.
Edo Queens lose second NWFL Super Six game as FC Robo shock Bayelsa
Edo Queens, who were one of the pre-tournament favourites in the ongoing Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Super Six Championship, yesterday lost their second straight match in the competition to Sunshine Queens of Akure.
Ogun governor named Special Guest at NWFL Super Six
The Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) has named Ogun State Governor, Mr. Dapo Abiodun, as the special guest of honour at the upcoming 2020/21 NWFL Premiership Super Six competition billed to hold from April 19 to 25...
Tallen calls on corporate Nigeria to support women football
Women Affairs Minister, Pauline Tallen, has called on Corporate Nigeria to support the country’s women football, saying the task of empowering the girl/child belongs to everybody.
Stakeholders lament disruption of NWFL as referees body allegedly demands ‘sitting allowance’
What was expected to be a renaissance in Nigeria’s domestic league after the COVID-19 lockdown of sporting activities suffered a major blow on Wednesday last week when members of the Nigeria Football Federation...
United Nations moves to protect players as NWFL kicks off today
The United Nations (UN) programme to protect young girls from the dangers of the society is one of the innovations in this year’s Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL), which kicks off in seven centres across the country today.