Super Falcons beat Algeria, move to second qualifying round
The Nigeria senior women national team, Super Falcons yesterday beat Algeria 1-0 at the Agege Stadium, Lagos to move to the second round of the Japan 2020 Olympic Games’ qualifying series on 3-0 aggregate.
Super Falcons look to finish job against Algeria, eye next round
The Super Falcons are soar-away favourites to eliminate their counterparts from Algeria and reach the next round of the African qualifying series for next year’s Olympics Women Football Tournament...
Buhari mourns ex-Super Falcons striker, Ifeanyi Chiejine
President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with family, friends, and fans of former Super Falcons striker, 36-year-old Ifeanyi Stephanie Chiejine, who passed on recently.
Super Falcons to fly to Algeria tomorrow
The delegation of Senior Women National Team, Super Falcons to next week’s 2020 Olympics qualifying match against the Senior Women National Team of Algeria will depart Nigeria tomorrow....
Former Super Falcon Ifeanyi Chiejine dies after brief illness
Former Super Falcons captain, Ifeanyichukwu Chiejine has died after a brief illness. The announcement was made by the Nigeria Football Federation on its official twitter handle on Thursday. "We are sad to announce the sudden demise of former @NGSuper_Falcons player Ifeanyichukwu Chiejine who passed on after a brief illness on Wednesday, 21st August 2019," The…
Omagbemi donates N.2m, balls, jerseys to former club, Invincible Leopards
Former Super Falcons Coach, Florence Omagbemi made a surprise appearance at the camp of Invincible Leopards Football Club of Warri, Delta State at the weekend, showing a cash gift of N200,000 (N.2million), sets of jerseys and soccer balls among other items to players and officials of the club.
Nigerians want Super Falcons to earn equal pay as Super Eagles
Since the formation of the Super Falcons in 1991, women’s football has been treated as an unwanted appendage to the more marketable male football notwithstanding the stellar record of the Super Falcons in international football.
At Ladies in Sports conference, Oparanozie calls for equal pay for male, women teams
Super Falcons captain, Desire Oparanozie has asked that the women’s senior national team be paid the same amount of money as the men’s national team, the Super Eagles. She made the call at the weekend during the 2019 Ladies In Sports (LIS) conference held at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos.
Oshoala tasks government, parents on girl-child football development
Super Falcons and FC Barcelona Forward, Asisat Oshoala has stressed the need for government and private entities to invest in the development of girl-child football.
FIFA Rankings: U.S. retain lead as Super Falcons move two places up
Nigeria have moved two places up the FIFA Women’s rankings, following their first Round of 16 appearance at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 20 years.