Nigeria’s women’s football team, Super Falcons, have qualified for the round of 16 knockout stages of the ongoing Federation Internationale de Football Association, FIFA Women’s World Cup, after playing a goalless draw in their game against Ireland on Monday, 31st July 2023.
The Super Falcons are now the first African team to qualify from the group stages of the world cup without suffering any defeat.
The Nigerian ladies, qualified from their group with 5 points, behind group leaders, Australia, which has 6 points, and, will meet the winner of Group D, which could be England.
They kicked off their world cup campaign with a goalless draw against Canada on the 21st of June 2023.
Story: Ezekiel Kefas