BREAKING NEWS

Super Falcons are set to depart to Brisbane their FIFA venue, a distance of one hour by road.

Nigeria’s senior  women football team, Super Falcons will tomorrow morning  (Monday in Australia) depart for Brisbane ahead  of their July 21, 2023 first group match against Canada billed for Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne by 3:30 am Nigerian time.

Confirmedwports can confirm that Super Falcons are set for early departure to  Brisbane their   FIFA venue, a distance of one hour by road from Gold Coast and will nestle at Sofitel Hotel Central, Brisbane.
All 23 players, coaching crew, backroom staff and accompanying officials of the Nigeria Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) will travel to Team Nigeria’s FIFA hotel.

Sunday’s departure leaves Super Falcons with five clear days before they take on the reigning Olympic champions, Canada in the first Group B cracker which will set the tone for both countries in the competition

Super Falcons had for the past 10 days set up

training  camp at Mercure Resorts, Gold Coast City, Brisbane with initial 20 players including a handful who left from Abuja, Nigeria. The field was later completed when Russia-based Francisca Ordega and veteran midfielder Halimat Ayinde who plays for Rosengard FF in Sweden joined the camp.

To wrap up the camp, Nigeria played a test-match against a local women’s football club Lions FC on Saturday  thrashing the hapless Lions 8-1 with FC Barcelona feminine star, Asisat Lamina Oshoala and Rasheedat Ajibade of Athletico Madrid women’s team scoring two goals each

Super Falcons are set to depart to Brisbane their FIFA venue, a distance of one hour by road. Super Falcons are set to depart to Brisbane their   FIFA venue, a distance of one hour by road. Reviewed by Confirmed sports on July 15, 2023 Rating: 5

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