Goal brings you everything you need to know about the international friendly game between the Super Falcons and the four-time world champion
In their final America Summer Series appearance, Nigeria will face the United States of America.
After a stuttering start – where they bowed 1-0 to Jamaica in Texas – the Super Falcons played a 3-3 draw against Portugal on Monday morning.
Despite a two-goal gap, the reigning African women’s champions fought back to ensure the game ended without a winner or loss.
Randy Waldrum’s team is hoping for their first win against the four-time World Cup winner for women.
Regardless of the result, the essence of the excursion is to keep the West African team in good shape ahead of the Africa Women’s Cup qualifier against eternal rivals Ghana in October.
WHEN IS THE GAME?
The international friendly is scheduled for Thursday, June 17th at 2:00 a.m. (West African time).
WHICH CHANNELS CAN I WATCH THE GAME ON TV?
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WHERE’S THE FIGHT?
Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas
How can fans get involved?
goal will report on the showdown with news and interviews.