Nigeria’s Super Falcons have arrived at their base in Brisbane, Australia ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The players, officials & backroom staff were received by the FIFA team and the Nigerian community on their arrival on Sunday morning.
The Super Falcons are camped at the Sofitel Luxury Hotels, Brisbane.
The nine-time African champions will later travel to Melbourne for their opening game against Olympic champions, Canada on Friday, July 21.
The encounter is billed to Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.
Randy Waldrum’s side defeated Queensland Lions FC 8-1 in a friendly game on Saturday.
Barcelona Femeni star, Asisat Oshoala bagged a brace in the encounter.
Ifeoma Onumonu, Rasheedat Ajibade, Monday Gift, Toni Payne and Uchenna Kanu scored the other goals for the Super Falcons.