The Super Falcons are aiming for a tenth title in Morocco, armed with some of the continent’s finest and biggest but firmly on the eyes of many opposition
Morocco are hopeful of starting on a good note but will be looking at Africa’s biggest and best team as its long-standing detractor.
Before Morocco can come to mind, the Super Falcons have the immediate responsibility of coming out of a generally fair group.
Banana Banyana who defeated the Nigerians in 2018 in the group stage before losing on penalties in the final will play the Super Falcons again.
Burundi and Botswana complete Group C.
When will the Super Falcons face Banyana Banyana of South Africa?
The Super Falcons will face the South Africans in the first game on Monday the 4th of July, hoping to begin the tournament on a positive note and reminding the rest of the continent about the team’s quality.
With star forward, Asisat Oshoala, versatile midfielder, Rashidat Ajibade, and the experience of veterans Onome Ebi, Rita Chikwelu and others, the Nigerians hope to lay down the marker.
South Africa walloped the Super Falcons 4-2 in front of home fans at the Aisha Buhari Cup with many players missing out of that tournament.
It was also a reminder to the level of devastation possessed by the South Africans.
At this year’s WAFCON, there’s a good blend of the old and known faces and the talented new entrants into the team.
Details of the match vs South Africa
Venue: Prince Heritier Modulay El Hassan
Time: 6:00 p.m WAT
Date: 4th July, 2022
When will Super Falcons face other group opponents?
The Nigerian women will face Burundi in the second group game on Thursday, the 7th of July at the same venue as the South African game. The game will come up 9:00p.m local time.
The third group game will be against Burundi on the 10th of July, also at 9:00 p.m local time.