FIFA WWC: Super Falcons to take part in Turkey preparatory tournament
Nigeria’s Super Falcons will take part in an invitational tournament in Turkey in April 2023.
The tournament will serve as part of the team’s preparatory program ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
The Super Falcons are currently in Mexico, where they will be part of the four-nation invitational tournament tagged the Revelation Cup.
Costa Rica and Colombia are the two other countries that will take part in the competition, which will run from February 15 to 21.
Randy Waldrum’s team will take on hosts Mexico in their first game of the competition on Wednesday night.
The Super Falcons are without a win in their last five games.
The West Africans will face Australia, Canada, and the Republic of Ireland in Group B at the World Cup.
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