FIFA Women’s W/C: Super Falcons Arrive Brisbane Camp.

The Super Falcons of Nigeria have landed in Brisbane, Australia, to set up their training camp in advance of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the World Cup that will be held jointly by Australia and New Zealand is planned to take place from the 20th of July to the 20th of August.

The nine-time African champions will kick off their campaign on Friday against Canada. On July 27, they will face the hosts, Australia, and on July 31, they will compete against the Republic of Ireland.

Following a 10-day training camp on the Gold Coast, the team is finally ready to compete in the World Cup, which will get underway on Thursday.

The officials of the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) greeted the squad as they checked into their room at the Sofitel Luxury Hotel on Sunday, as seen in a video that was released on the team's Twitter handle, which is @ngsuperfalcons.

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The Super Falcons have not been able to exert the same level of control over the World Cup competition that they had over African competition.

Since 1991, the squad has competed in every World Cup, however they have only once managed to finish in the top eight of the competition.


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