Flying Officers Cup 2021: Nigeria Women Football League Gives Official Backing

Flying Officers Cup 2021: Nigeria Women Football League Gives Official Backing

The Nigerian Women Football League (NWFL) has officially thrown it’s weight behind the third edition of the biggest Women Football Pre-season Championship in Africa, the Flying Officers Cup, which will hold from the 10th to the 24th of October 2021.

In an official endorsement letter signed by the Chief Operating Officer  of the Organisation, Mrs Dupe Shabi, presented to,the Apex Women League body stated that the NWFL has given it’s backing to this year’s edition of the tournament and would give it’s general support to make the competition a success.

Ratels Sports Development Foundation have shown great commitment to the activities and development of Women’s Football in Nigeria and have been sole sponsor of the Flying Officers Cup since 2019. In the final of the 2020 Edition between Nasarawa Amazons and Bayelsa Queens, NWFL Chairperson, Aisha Falode bagged a special award in recognition of her role in the development of Women’s football in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.

In the letter of endorsement, Shabi wrote: ” We are pleased to confirm our endorsement of the Flying Officers Cup 2021, scheduled to hold between the 10th-24th October 2021 in Abuja.

“The Nigeria Women Football League will give all necessary support to Ratels Sports Development Foundation to ensure an hitch free tournament”. She Concluded.

The NWFL played a pivotal role in the last edition of the Flying Officers Cup in Abuja and had the Chairperson of the League body, Aisha Falode, NFF Second Vice President, Shehu Dikko  in attendance, as special guests of

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