FIFA Hails Super Falcons Performance At FIFA Women’s World Cup


The World Football governing body, FIFA, has saluted the Super Falcons following their impressive performance at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The Super Falcons didn’t lose a match in the regulation despite bowing out of the competition at the Round of 16 stage.

Randy Waldrum’s side lost 4-2 on penalties to European champions England after 0-0 scoreline in 120 minutes.

The nine-time African champions held Olympic champions Canada to a barren draw and defeated co-hosts Australia at the group stage.

“NGA left their mark on #FIFAWWC 2023,” reads a tweet on FIFA’s official Twitter handle.

England and Spain will clash in the final of the competition on Sunday