NFF President Amaju Melvin Pinnick, who confirmed the news in an interview revealed that the Federation remains committed to the development of women’s football and that the team will get the best of preparations ahead of the World Cup.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria whom are the current champions of the Africa Women Cup of Nations after defending the title by beating South Africa on penalties in the finals to win on a record of 9 times in Ghana.
“As you know, there are only two free windows before the World Cup, but we decided that instead of playing friendly matches the team will embark on an invitational tournament to boost their preparations.c
“I can confirm to you that come January 14 next year the team will be heading to Asia where they will play the likes of Korea who happen to be in our group, China and Canada who are amongst the biggest nations when it comes to women’s football,” Pinnick said.
He further revealed that the team will also be playing in an invitational tournament in Cyprus and the Federation is working so hard to ensure the girls get the best of preparations heading into the FIFA Women World Cup in France.
The Nigeria football federation have also confirmed an Austrian camp for the Super Falcons of Nigeria in preparation for the women world cup in France next year June as the federation is working hard to put things in right place for the Super Falcons of Nigeria to have a good outing in the Women World cup