The NFF has confirmed that Nigeria would play former World Champions Japan in a Women’s international friendly match in October.
The test match on October 6 will be the fourth senior level matchup between the two countries.
The Nigeria FA announced the game’s information, including the location, Noevir Stadium in Kobe, in a press release on Monday.
Meanwhile, the Super Falcons are preparing for the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Morocco, where they will defend their championship.
Randy Waldrum, the 9-time African champion, will lead the team in his first major tournament, beginning with a crucial match against South Africa (July 4).
The tournament begins on July 2 and will also serve as a qualifier for the following year’s competition.
The competition begins on July 2 and will serve as a qualifier for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will take place next year. It might interest you to read Ramahlwe Mphahlele, player for Kaizer Chiefs, part ways with club
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