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Thursday, July 20, 2023

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Venue, Date, Time And How To Watch Super Falcons Matches


The Super Falcons of Nigeria are one of the four African teams participating in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, starting in Australia and New Zealand on July 20.

South Africa, Morocco, Zambia and Nigeria will hope to go further than any other African side has done in the past. 

For the first time at a FIFA Women's World Cup, Africa will have four representatives as the tournament welcomes 32 teams to Australia and New Zealand. 

Nigeria are drawn in Group B alongside co-host Australia, Canada and the Republic of Ireland. 

Randy Waldrum’s side will begin their campaign inside the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium on Thursday, July 20, at 10.30 pm local time (3.30am Nigerian time on Friday, July 21).

Their second game will take place on Thursday, July 27, inside the Suncorp Stadium as the Super Falcons take on Australia. The match is slated for 8pm local time (11am Nigerian time).

Nigeria will face off with the Republic of Ireland in their final group game on Monday, July 21 at the Suncorp Stadium. The match is slated for 8pm local time (11am Nigerian time). 

Schedule of Super Falcons matches at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Nigeria vs Canada – 3.30 am Nigerian time, July 21

Australia vs Nigeria – 11am Nigerian time, July 27

Nigeria vs Republic of Ireland – 11am Nigerian time, July 31 

The Super Falcons are the most successful side in African women's football as they returned to the tournament for the ninth straight time since the first one in was held in 1991 in China. 

Team captain Onome Ebi said, as per DW:

"Our target is to go there and get to at least the last four, because the last time we got to the round-of-16 and we are working towards getting past that stage." 

 How to watch Super Falcons matches

Fans in Africa can watch all 64 matches of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, including Nigeria's three group matches Supersport, the broadcaster said in a statement on its website.

TV viewers in Nigeria can watch the matches live on the free-to-air AfroSport, the official broadcaster. Several Youtube Channels will also air the matches live. 

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