Photos of Super Falcons WWC squad taking a walk on the turf of Brisbane Stadium ahead of tomorrow.

Photos of Super Falcons WWC squad

After winning the first game of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, co-host Australia will look to add three more points to their total when they face the Nigerian Super Falcons on Thursday morning.

Last week Friday, the 10-woman Super Falcons squad held Canada to a goalless draw in their 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup opening, owing to a spectacular penalty save by Nigerian shot-stopper Chiamaka Nnadozie.

Photos of Super Falcons WWC squad taking a walk on the turf of Brisbane Stadium ahead of tomorrow.


However, ahead of this very important FIFA Women’s World Cup fixture between the co-host nation, Australia and Nigeria at the Brisbane Stadium on Thursday morning, the Nigerian Super Falcons squad were spotted taking a walk on the pitch.

The Australian women have won 10 out of their last 11 Internationals and have progressed from the tournament’s at the last four World Cups and can secure their place in the knockout stages, with a game to spare if they claim all three points against the Nigerian Women.

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