The Super Falcons’ group went to Morocco for the 12th Women Africa Cup of Nations (WAFCON) .
The team arrived in Casablanca on Monday, according to the Director of Communications for the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
“They have already travelled to Morocco’s administrative capital, Rabat, where the squad will stay for seven days until their first Group C match against South Africa’s Banyana Banyana,” Olajire explained.
The match between the Super Falcons and South Africa will take place on July 4 in Rabat.
They will also face Botswana and Burundi in group stage matches on July 7 and 10, accordingly.
All four Moroccan semi-finalists will go on to represent Africa at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023.
The fifth-placed squad at the WAFCON will have have a chance to qualify for the World Cup via a Playoff Tournament early next year.
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