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Super Falcons Of Nigeria Drawn in Group C Of Cyprus Women Cup

The Super Falcons of Nigeria have been drawn in Group C of the Cyprus women cup alongside Austria, Belgium and Slovakia which is schedule to hold on the 25th of February to on the 7th of March 2019.

The Super Falcons whom are the current champions of the Africa Women Cup of nations after defending thier tittle by beating South Africa on penalties in the finals which was held in Ghana on the 17th of November to 1st of December 2018 are setting a goal to go pass the group stage of the FIFA Women World cup in 2019 after failing to leave the group stage in 6 times.

The Super Falcons best outing was in 1995 when they reach the quarter finals after since then they haven’t make it out of the group stage and failing to win a game.

The Nigeria football federation President, Amaju Pinnick whom spoke after the draw of the FIFA Women World cup in France where Nigeria was drawn in group A with host, France, Norway and Korea, Said they are doing everything possible for the Super Falcons to have good a good outing in FIFA Women World Cup to be staged in France Next year.

The federation which confirm two invitational tournaments for the Super Falcons as preparation Games, pre world cup games in selecting the final Squad that will represent the country the country in World cup.

The Super Falcons of Nigeria will be participating in the tournament for the first time after failing to participate in Cyprus women cup this year due to Visa issues.

The full draw of the Cyprus women cup.

*Group A*
Czech
Finland
Korea DPR
South Africa

*Group B*
Hungary
Italy
Mexico
Thailand

*Group C*
Austria
Belgium
Nigeria
Slovakia

2019 edition of Cyprus Woman’s Cup is on! 25 February – 7 March 2019.

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