Details about the Nigeria squad for Women’s World Cup 2023, including the players who may be included and those who may miss out.
However, as the most successful team from Africa, and after a round of 16 exit four years ago, there will be a lot of expectations on the Super Falcons under the tutelage of Randy Waldrum.
The 11-time Women’s African Cup of Nations (WAFCON) champions have been grouped with Australia, Irelands and Canada in Group B, with their opening game against Canada on July 21 in Melbourne.
Waldrum named a 23-member squad for the recent international friendly games against Haiti and New Zealand, with the final World Cup squad to be announced by July 9. GOAL takes a look.