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 Nigeria fixtures, results and table in Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Group C



Nigeria head to Morocco for the fourteenth version of the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, which starts on June 4.

On the way to tying down capability to the biennial African football show-stopper, the West Africans saw off Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire.


Uchenna Kanu and Ifeoma Onumonu assumed critical parts for the supreme African heroes as they found the net two times against the Falcons’ crosscountry rivals.

With Randy Waldrum’s women gunning for a record 10th African diadem in their fourteenth appearance at the competition, Hap Sport brings to you all that you want to be familiar with the Nigerian sovereigns.

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Nigeria Wafcon 2022 Group C Fixtures

4 July Nigeria vs. South Africa 1-2RabatStade Moulay Hassan
7 July Botswana vs. Nigeria 0-2RabatStade Moulay Hassan
10 July Nigeria vs. Burundi 4-0RabatStade Moulay Hassan

Nigeria Wafcon 2022 Group C table

1South Africa3 3 0 6 2 +4 9
2Nigeria3 2 0 7+5 6
3Botswana3 1 0 4 −1 3
4Burundi3 0 0 3 11−8 

Nigeria were pooled with South Africa as well as debutants Botswana and Burundi, where many have tipped the Super Falcons to advance into the knockout stage.

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Nigeria Wafcon 2022 squad

Rasheedat Ajibade, Nigeria, Botswana, Lesego RadiakanyoBackpagepix


Asisat Oshoala and Rasheedat Ajibade were the greatest names remembered for Nigeria’s crew for the 2022 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.

The Nigeria Football Federation affirmed the accompanying crew on Friday, where the supreme African bosses will fight South Africa, Botswana, and Burundi in Group C.


Here is the Super Falcons’ affirmed crew as reported on June 24.

Goalkeepers: Chiamaka Nnadozie (Paris FC, France); Tochukwu Oluehi (Maccabi Kishronot Hadera, Israel); Yewande Balogun (Coppermine United, USA)


Defenders: Glory Ogbonna (Santa Teresa FC, Spain); Onome Ebi (En Avant Guingamp, France); Osinachi Ohale (Deportivo Alaves, Spain); Ashleigh Plumptre (Leicester City, England); Nicole Payne (West Virginia University, USA); Michelle Alozie (Houston Dash, USA); Akudo Ogbonna (Edo Queens)

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Midfielders: Peace Efih (Kiryat Gat, Israel); Halimatu Ayinde (Eskilstuna FC, Sweden); Toni Oyedupe Payne (Sevilla FC, Spain); Regina Otu (Minsk FC, Belarus); Christy Ucheibe (SL Benfica, Portugal); Rasheedat Ajibade (Atletico Madrid, Spain); Rita Chikwelu (Madrid CFF, Spain); Ngozi Okobi-Okeoghene (Eskilstuna FC, Sweden)


Forwards: Francisca Ordega (CSKA Moscow, Russia); Vivian Ikechukwu (WFC Gintra, Lithuania); Chinonyerem Macleans (GSK Gornik Leczna, Poland); Ifeoma Onumonu (NY/NJ Gotham FC, USA); Uchenna Kanu (Tigres Femenil, Mexico); Asisat Oshoala (FC Barcelona, Spain); Gift Monday (Bayelsa Queens)

Nigeria Wafcon 2022 qualifying results

The Super Falcons started their mission on a solid note – overcoming Ghana 2-0 in the main round, first leg tie organized at the Onikan Stadium because of a first-half support from Uchenna Kanu.


Randy Waldrum’s side equipped for the second round regardless of losing 1-0 to the Black Queens in Accra.


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