The global soccer showpiece kicks off on June 7 as the competing nations finalise their squads for this showpiece event. This is South Africa and Cameroon's first World Cup. Nigeria once reached the quarterfinals in 1999.
Falcons Will Survive Group Stage, Oshoala Assures Fans As World Cup Begins in France
Guardian, 6 June 2019
Since 1999, the Super Falcons of Nigeria have been struggling to move pass the group stage at the FIFA Women's World Cup, but their effort have been unsuccessful. Another… Read more »
Abena Theresa Ninon of Cameroon tackles Linda Motlhalo of South Africa during Cosafa Womens Championship Final match between Cameroon and South Africa (file photo).
FIFA Formally Welcomes Super Falcons to France 2019
This Day, 6 June 2019
World football-ruling body, FIFA Wednesday formally welcomed African champions Nigeria to the 8th FIFA Women's World Cup finals. Read more »
FIFA Women's Football Convention Defines Practical Solutions to Further Develop Women's Football
FIFA, 6 June 2019
On the eve of Opening Match of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019, delegates from confederations and 211 member associations gathered in Paris today to discuss and debate some of the… Read more »
Super Falcons Depart for Vienna, Arrive in Paris Today
Guardian, 4 June 2019
African champions, the Super Falcons of Nigeria yesterday departed the Avita Resort in Bad Tatzmannsdorf in Austria, where they were on a two-week residential camping, for Vienna… Read more »
Oshoala Scores Brace As Super Falcons Beat Slovenian Champions
Guardian, 3 June 2019
Barcelona striker, Asisat Oshoala scored an eight-minute brace as Nigeria thrashed Slovenian champions, ZNK Pomurje 3-0 in their final tune-up game ahead of the 2019 FIFA Women's… Read more »
Manie, Cameroon's Historic Goal Collector
FIFA, 30 April 2019
There has been an outbreak of Manie-mania in Cameroon. After scoring the goal that sent Cameroon to the London Olympics in 2012 and helping the Indomitable Lionesses to qualify for… Read more »
It's an Opportunity to Enjoy the Moment and Take It All in - Ode Fulutudilu
SAFA, 6 June 2019
After not being called up for the South African Senior Women's National Team for some time, Banyana Banyana forward Ode Fulutudilu never thought she would make the team again but… Read more »
Why World Cup Qualification Is Important for SA Women's Football
SAFA, 5 June 2019
With the all-important FIFA Women's World Cup™ just around the corner, the South African women's national side, affectionately referred to as Banyana Banyana, are smack-bang… Read more »
South Africa's women's national soccer team has arrived in France where they will make their maiden appearance at the FIFA Women's World Cup hosted by that country - and where they ... Read more »
With less than two weeks until the opening match of the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019 and preparations for the tournament entering their final stages, the final squad lists ... Read more »
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