The Super Falcons will put on a strong performance at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023, according to Asisat Oshoala.

This year’s competition, which will be co-hosted by Australia and the Republic of Ireland, will mark the West Africans’ tenth appearance.

Nigeria’s best finish in the competition’s history was a quarterfinal appearance at the 1999 edition, which was held in the United States of America.

“Please, kindly, stay put with the Super Falcons come rain or shine. We pledge to put in our best efforts and make you proud, according to Oshoala, who was quoted by

“Every time we have the chance, we’re going to give it everything we’ve got. But just lend us your support.

In Group B, the Super Falcons will compete against Canada, Australia, and the Republic of Ireland.

On July 21, Randy Waldrum will play his first game against the Olympic winners, Canada.

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