Super Falcons reach Brisbane and start meticulous preparation

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The Super Falcons of Nigeria have made themselves at home in Brisbane, Australia as they get ready for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

At the Mercure Hotels in Gold Coast, the squad is set up camp.

In preparation for the World Cup, Randy Waldrum’s team is in the city for a 15-day training camp.

On the night before their inaugural match against Olympic winners Canada on July 21, the Super Falcons will depart for Melbourne.

In Group B, Nigeria will also compete against the co-hosts Australia and the Republic of Ireland.

Brisbane will host the matches versus Australia and the Republic of Ireland.

Since the Women’s World Cup’s start in 1991, the West Africans have qualified for every tournament.

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