Nigeria’s
Women National Team, the Super Falcons have arrived in Accra for the 11
th
Africa Women Cup of Nations.
The
team flew into Accra on Wednesday on their way to Cape Coast where teams in
Group B will be domiciled.
The
Falcons had been at Sol Beni Sports Center for the last eight days where they
had camped for the AWCON.
At
Cape Coast, the Falcons will play against South Africa’s Banyana Banyana, in
the opening game on Sunday.

A team of 21 players and 12 officials arrived in Cape Coast. Chairman of the
Nigeria Women Football League and Member of the NFF Executive Committee, Ms
Aisha Falode will join the team on Friday.
Winners
of the competition in 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2016, the
Falcons are looking for a ninth title, alongside a ticket to the 2019 FIFA
Women’s World Cup finals in France.
The
top three finishers in Ghana will fly Africa’s flag in France next year summer.
Coach
Thomas Dennerby is confident the Cup holders will be in the final match
scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium on 1st December.

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