The last group match of Nigeria’s Super Falcons in the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada against USA scheduled for 1a.m Tuesday (Nigerian time) has been sold out according to organisers with thousands of US fans expected to storm the Vancouver Stadium.
Ahead of the crucial tie, the African champions arrived the Canadian city for the clash with the former champions in search of a second round ticket
Nigeria’s senior women national team arrived in Vancouver to continue preparations for their final Group D game against two-time winners USA on Saturday.
Edwin Okon’s side has to defeat the Americans or earn a draw in other to contend for one of the slots of the best third-placed side after losing their second game 2-0 against Australia.
All 21 players, 10 team officials as well as NFF representatives including Chairman of FA chairmen Ibrahim Gusua on board to the city of Vancouver.