Super Falcons head coach Randy Waldrum remains optimistic about his team’s chances at the 2024 Olympic Games, despite being drawn into a challenging group.

The Nigerian women’s team will face tough competition in Group C alongside Brazil, former world champions Japan, and reigning world champions Spain.


On Thursday, Waldrum unveiled his squad for the women’s football event. Reflecting on their impressive performance at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, where they advanced from a difficult group that included reigning Olympic champions Canada and hosts Australia, Waldrum expressed confidence in his team.

“I think this one could be a special group,” Waldrum told ESPN. “We’ve shown our quality against some of the best teams in the world at the World Cup, and hopefully, we’ll do the same at the Olympics.”

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The Super Falcons will kick off their Olympic campaign against Brazil on July 25 at the Stade Bordeaux, followed by a match against Spain on July 28 and their final group game against Japan on July 31 at the Stade de la Beaujoire in Nantes.

With their proven track record and determination, the Super Falcons are poised to make a significant impact at the Paris 2024 Olympics.