After several months of counting down, the FIFA Women’s World Cup is finally upon us, as Nigeria and 31 other countries jostle for glory.
Already, co-hosts Australia and New Zealand have set the tone with a 1-0 win over Ireland and Norway, respectively. The Super Falcons will aim to follow in their footsteps.
Coach Randy Waldrum’s ladies are in Group B, alongside co-host Australia, Olympic champions Canada, and debutants Ireland.
With the Super Eagles failing to qualify for the last Qatar 2022 World Cup, the Super Falcons attempt to prove that what a man can achieve, a woman can do better.
While the Super Falcons are at the other end of the earth for the World Cup in Australia, Nigerians and others may watch the ladies live on certain TV networks.