World Cup: Nigeria High Commission urges Super Falcons to prove their worth in Australia

Nigeria High Commission in Australia has urged Nigeria’s Super Falcons to go all out and do the nation proud in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup .

The team under Randy Waldrum arrived in Australia to begin a 15-day camping exercise before the World Cup finals.

Nigeria High Commission in Australia headed by Ambassador Anderson Madubike on Thursday hosted the team and gave them words of encouragement.

Eminent Nigerians living in Australia headed by Kelvin Eyinanya also paid a courtesy visit to the team camp and ensured them total support.

Super Falcons will face Canada in the opening game before facing Australia and the Republic of Ireland later in the tournament.

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