The 9th FIFA Women’s World Cup finals will hold in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20, 2023.
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The Moroccan delegation will touch down at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport around 6am on Monday, 13th September 2021.
Aisha Falode, Chairperson of the NWFL, said in a statement on Monday, that the decision to end the League was a joint one.
The Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode, announced this in Abuja on Wednesday.
One player told the BBC the team held an overnight meeting in their Grenoble Hotel with Aisha Falode, the President of the Nigeria Women Football League
Falode said: “I have often said that the league is the engine room of every National Team, whether male or female.
The Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode, has on behalf of the board of the NWFL sent a condolence message to the family of late former Super Falcons player, Ajuma Otache, over the sudden death of the ex-international, who was also a member of the coaching staff of the national Under-17 Women’s team, the Flamingoes.
Falode, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria at the maiden AITEO-NFF Award Night on Monday in Lagos, described Nigeria as an integral part of world football decision body.
Following the dissolution on Monday, the NFF Board had promised to reconstitute the committees within a few weeks
The official launch of the Theme Song, the first of its kind in the history of women’s football in Nigeria, will be performed by the Chairperson of the Nigeria Women’s Football League, Aisha Falode
Bayelsa Queens, Rivers Angels, Nasarawa Amazon and Delta Queens would compete in the round-robin event.
Falode made this clarion call at the second edition of the Ladies in Sports conference (LIS 2017) by Lavie Associates, held at Sheraton Hotel in Ikeja, Lagos over the weekend
Speaking at the new board’s inauguration at the NFF Secretariat, Abuja on Thursday, Pinnick poured encomiums on the board’s independent Chairman, Aisha Falode, and the other members and expressed faith in their ability to lift the game to a new level
Falode, a foremost sports journalist and Member of the CAF Media Committee, told the girls they have the capacity to wrestle their Cameroonian opponents to the ground at the final hurdle for the second successive edition of the competition
The eminent persons spoke at a technical session for players of the Super Falcons, Falconets, NWFL club Nasarawa Amazons and some secondary school girls at the second FIFA Female Leadership Development Programme organized by the Nigeria Football Federation
The tournament, at which Nigeria’s Flying Eagles, six-time champions of Africa, will play in Group A alongside host Senegal, Congo and Cote d’Ivoire, will take placeMarch 8 to 22
In the wee hours of the 15th of February, 2014, Mrs. Aisha Falode received a call from the security guard at Toba’s apartment block informing her in a hysterical tone that something serious had just happened to her son, Toba