Super Falcons Coach, Randy Waldrum, yesterday, listed Captain Onome Ebi, Asisat Oshoala and Francisca Ordega among 32 players billed to storm Morocco for a a two-week training camp ahead of the 12th Women Africa Cup...
Former coach of the Super Falcons and Golden Eaglets, Godwin Izilien, has warned the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) on the implication of re-appointing Salisu Yusuf as head coach of the Home-based Eagles four years after FIFA punished him for allegedly soliciting bribe as handler of the same team.
Nigeria’s Super Falcons lost 0-2 to their Canadian counterparts on Friday in the first of a two-game encounter between both sides.
Former Super Falcons Coach, Godwin Izilien, has said that the women national football team need the international friendly matches against Canada to boost their confidence ahead of other engagements, including the forthcoming African Women Cup of Nations billed for Morocco.
Super Falcons defender and ex-England youngster, Ashleigh Plumptre, has explained that football has pushed her beyond her boundaries.
A mild drama occurred in the early hours of yesterday at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, as players and officials of the Super Falcons were allegedly humiliated by officials...
Super Falcons of Nigeria, yesterday, beat Cote d’Ivoire 1-0 to qualify for the 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations billed to hold in Morocco. The Nigerian girls won the first leg played in Abuja 2-0 to qualify for the competition on a 3-0 aggregate.
Nigeria’s Super Falcons, Africa’s most successful women’s team of all-time, are through to the 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations after beating the Lady Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire 1-0 in Abidjan on Wednesday evening. Esther Okoronkwo, making only her second appearance for Nigeria, scored the only goal of the game to hand victory to the…
Super Falcons’ Captain, Asisat Oshoala, will be conspicuously missing in Abidjan, today, when Nigeria confronts Cote d’Ivoire in the last leg of their Morocco 2022 African Women Cup of Nations qualifier.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria are aiming for a 12th appearance at the African Women Cup of Nations (AWCON), has always featured in the event since its inception in 1991.
Nine-time African champions, Super Falcons of Nigeria, yesterday defeated the Lady Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire 2-0 in the first leg of their 2022 African Women Cup of Nations
Super Falcons will take on Lady Elephants of Cote d’Ivoire today with an eye on the 2022 Women Africa Cup of Nations. It is a final qualifying round, first leg match, which the girls must win if they are to get opportunity to defend their crown in Morocco.