Nigerian community in Queensland, Australia has promised that members of the organisation will mobilise supports for the Super Falcons during the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia.
Blessing Agada, the President of the Nigerian Community in Queensland, Brisbane on Tuesday, after the training session of the Super Falcons said they are so happy to host the team and plans are on to give massive support to the team, when they begin their campaign on Friday, at the Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne.
“We are indeed so happy to host the Super Falcons here in Australia,” He said.
“The community is out to support the girls all through, because we see them as our people and we are all out here to show them that we are truly behind them.
“We have secured quite a number of tickets for the games, we bought it on bulk and we plan to make the Stadium environment lively, by bringing in drums and other instruments that can spur the team to victory. We look forward to a great tournament.” He concluded.
The Super Falcons will start their campaign on Friday against Canada at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.