Super Falcons at the 2019 FIFA World Cup – Where are they now?

Super Falcons at the 2019 FIFA World Cup – Where are they now?
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Discover the current whereabouts of the Super Falcons from the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. Get updates on their careers and find out where these talented Nigerian footballers are playing now.

The Women's World Cup is a prestigious tournament that showcases the best talents in women's football from around the globe.

One team that has consistently represented Africa on this grand stage is the Super Falcons of Nigeria. Known for their resilience and skill, the Super Falcons have made significant strides in the world of women's football.

As we reflect on their performance in the last World Cup, it's intriguing to discover where these talented athletes are today.

Super Falcons in the 2019 Women's World Cup

Chiamaka Nnadozie

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Chiamaka Nnadozie is set to make her second appearance in the Women's World Cup. She participated in the 2019 edition and played as the number-one goalkeeper for the Super Falcons. Chiamaka currently plays for Paris FC in the French Division 1 Féminine. She is widely regarded as the best female goalkeeper in Africa and one of the best in the world.

Onome Ebi

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Onome Ebi, the experienced and respected Super Falcons captain, has been a stalwart in the Nigerian defence for years. She plays for the Nigerian club Abia. She will become the first African footballer to play in six World Cup tournaments.

Osinachi Ohale

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Osinachi Ohale is a 31-year-old centre-back who plays for Spanish Liga F club Deportivo Alavés. With her commanding presence and tactical awareness, Ohale played a crucial role in the 2019 World Cup. She is a four-time AFCON winner and is set to make another appearance in the Women's World Cup.

Chidinma Okeke

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Chidinma Okeke plays for Madrid CFF. She was part of the Nigerian team that won the 2019 WAFU Women's Cup in Ivory Coast. However, despite her talent and achievements, Chidinma did not secure a place in the Women's World Cup 2023 squad.

Ngozi Ebere

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Ngozi Ebere plays as a defender for Norwegian club Arna-Bjørnar. She was a member of the Nigerian national women's team that won the 2014 African Women's Championship. Unfortunately for her, she did not earn a call-up for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

Rita Chikwelu

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Rita Chikwelu is a seasoned player who has contributed immensely to the Super Falcons' success over the years. She currently plays for Las Planas. She did not receive a call-up for the Women's World Cup 2023.

Ngozi Okobi

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Ngozi Okobi, born on December 14, 1993, plays as a forward for Spanish club Levante Las Planas. She did not make it into the Super Falcons squad for the 2023 World Cup.

Halimatu Ayinde

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Halimatu Ibrahim Ayinde is currently showcasing her talents for FC Rosengård. She represented Nigeria in the previous World Cup. Ayinde remains an integral part of the Super Falcons setup and is set to represent her country once again in the 2023 World Cup.

Asisat Oshoala

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Asisat Lamina Oshoala plays as a striker for Spanish Liga F club Barcelona. She is widely regarded as one of the greatest African female footballers of all time and one of the best in the world. She has won African Women's Footballer of the Year a record five times.

Desire Oparanozie

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Desire Oparanozie plays as a forward in the Chinese Women's Super League for Wuhan Jianghan University. She is one of the reliable Super Falcons players who is set to make another appearance in the Women's World Cup for the country.

Francisca Ordega

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Francisca Ordega plays as a forward for CSKA Moscow in the Russian Women's Football Championship. She is part of the Super Falcons squad for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

This article was most recently revised and updated 7 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.