2023 WWC: Tinubu To Attend Super Falcons’ Farewell Dinner, Team Fly Out Sunday

Nigeria’s Super Falcons, the country’s women’s national football team, are gearing up for the highly anticipated 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. With their departure just around the corner, a farewell dinner has been organized in their honor, which will be attended by Nigeria’s first lady, Oluremi Tinubu.

The farewell dinner is set to take place at the prestigious Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja this Saturday. Not only will the Super Falcons be present, but also various football stakeholders and important dignitaries will grace the occasion, making it a truly momentous event.

Following the farewell dinner, the Super Falcons will embark on a training tour in Brisbane, Australia. This tour is crucial in their preparations for the upcoming World Cup, and they will spend a total of 15 days in Brisbane before the start of the competition.

As nine-time African champions, the Super Falcons have proven themselves to be a force to be reckoned with. In Group B of the World Cup, they will face tough opponents such as Canada, Australia, and the Republic of Ireland. These matches promise to be intense battles, showcasing the high level of skill and determination of the players.

The team’s opening match will be against Olympic champions Canada at Melbourne’s Rectangular Stadium on July 21. This will be followed by matches against co-hosts Australia and the Republic of Ireland on July 27 and July 31, respectively, at the Lang Park in Brisbane.

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The Super Falcons, under the guidance of coach Randy Waldrum, are determined to leave a lasting impression at the World Cup. They have been training rigorously and are ready to showcase their talents on the global stage.

With the support of Nigeria’s first lady, Oluremi Tinubu, and the entire nation behind them, the Super Falcons are confident in their abilities and are eager to make their mark at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

  1. By Israel Otele

Original Source:  Sporty9ja.

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