Oshoala reaches 1M Insta followers BEFORE these Super Eagles

Oshoala reaches 1M Insta followers BEFORE these Super Eagles
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Explore how Asisat Oshoala‘s Instagram following reaches a million, outshining several Super Eagles players in popularity. Discover her rising influence in the world of football and beyond.

In the wake of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023, the Super Falcons striker has skyrocketed to unprecedented heights of fame, amassing an impressive one million followers on Instagram.

Notably, this achievement places her ahead of several prominent Super Eagles players, a testament to her global appeal and growing influence in the world of football and beyond.

Oshoala's remarkable journey, culminating in this milestone, has captivated fans and solidified her status as a true icon in the sport. Asisat Oshoala becomes the first African female footballer to reach 1M Followers on Instagram.

Oshoala's journey to Instagram stardom was undeniably fueled by her unforgettable performance with FC Barcelona and the Super Falcons.

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The FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 served as a stage for Oshoala to showcase her exceptional skills, agility, and goal-scoring prowess.

Her dynamic displays on the field drew the attention of football enthusiasts worldwide, propelling her into the spotlight and earning her accolades for breaking records and rewriting the history books.

Her rise to Instagram fame not only reflects her on-field achievements but also underscores her ability to connect with fans on a personal level.

Her engaging posts, insights into her journey, and moments of triumph have resonated with a diverse and global audience, transcending geographical boundaries and uniting supporters under her banner.

Her authenticity and genuine interactions have played a pivotal role in cementing her status as a role model for aspiring athletes and a beloved figure in the world of sports.

Surpassing Super Eagles stars

Her remarkable achievement of reaching one million Instagram followers places her ahead of several prominent Super Eagles players in terms of social media influence.

Notable players such as Wilfred Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanacho, Terem Moffi, and others find themselves trailing behind Asisat's ever-growing follower count. T

his feat not only highlights her individual prowess but also reflects the rising popularity of women's football and the powerful impact Asisat Oshoala is making in challenging gender norms and expectations in the traditionally male-dominated sports landscape.

Super Eagles players with fewer followers than Asisat Oshoala

  • Wilfred Ndidi @ndidi25: 694K
  • Kelechi Iheanacho @kelechi72: 727K
  • Leye Adebayo @a.adeleye_1: 14.4K
  • Joe Aribo @j.aribo_: 167K
  • Terem Moffi @moffigram_: 36.7K
  • Zaidu Sanusi @zaidu_m3: 102K
  • Ademola Lookman @molalookman: 237K
  • Uzoho Francis @uzoho30: 121K
  • Kenneth Omeruo @omeruo: 985K
  • Simon Moses @m_simon27: 238K
  • Paul Onuachu @paulebere: 78.6K
  • Calvin Bassey @cbasseyy: 180K
  • William Troost-Ekong @wtroostekong: 181K
  • Awoniyi Taiwo @awoniyi18: 211K

This article was most recently revised and updated 11 months ago

Rababe Koussaimi, a 22-year-old journalist, is deeply passionate about the world of sports. She grew up in a footballing environment, supporting both Bayern Munich and Wydad Athletic Club. She began her English journalism career by hosting a podcast for the first English radio station in Morocco. Currently, the Moroccan journalist channels her enthusiasm into writing and conducting extensive research, creating insightful and engaging content for GoalBall Live readers.