Banyana Banyana prepare for the Olympics

The Nike Football Training Centre in Pimville, Soweto, is were the Sasol sponsored Banyana Banyana team are hard at work, in preparation for their second consecutive participation at the Olympic games in Rio 2016. The former Dutch international and South African Women's Senior National team head coach Vera Pauw, wants her

FCT FA inaugurates Football Award Committee

  The Federal Capital Territory Football Association (FCTFA) this weekend inaugurated an eight man committee that would organize the maiden edition of the FCT Football award. The following people have been inaugurated at the FCT FA stakeholders meeting held at Area 10 Old parade Ground, Abuja: Mr.Godwin Bamigboye as Chairman, Barrister (Mrs.)Victoria Nlemigbo

Ghana: 2016 Zonal Women Championship gets start date

The 2016 Zonal Women Championship is scheduled to on the 31st of January to  the 8th of February.   Two regions have been  selected to host the competition and they include: Greater Accra and Northern Regions.   Greater accra  have been selected to host the competition for the Southern zones and Northern Zones respectively.   Six

Rio 2016: Vera to trim squad

  Banyana Banyana coach Vera Pauw and her charges are working hard to give a good account of themselves when competing at the Rio 2016 Olympics. Banyana beat Equatorial Guinea 1-0 through Jermaine Seoposenwe's solitary goal in Bata who took over the South African team in 2014 has overseen a lot of squad changes

Osun Babes to resume camp in February

 By Rachael Ugiagbe Nigeria Women Football League side Osun Babes, have announced February 6 as the resumption date for club activities in preparation for the new league season. Coach Kehinde Johnson disclosed through the club's media officer that all players are expected in camp on the day as effective and rigorous training

Jordan 2016: Nwabuoku tips Flamingoes for victory

 By Rachael Ugiagbe    Super Falcons captain Evelyn Nwabuoku, has tipped the Flamingoes for victory when they square off against their Namibian counterparts in Friday's return leg qualifier for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan. The Nigerian team holds the advantage going into the contest having won the first leg 4-0

Uwak blasts Nigeria Women Football League organisers

By Rachael Ugiagbe       Finland based Nigerian striker Cynthia Uwak has expressed her disappointment at the deplorable state of women's football in the country, 11 years after she moved to Europe. Uwak lamented the poor condition of the women's league, poor welfare packages for players and bad football pitches, saying that the situation

Flamingoes arrive Windhoek ahead of clash with Baby Gladiators

  By Rachael Ugiagbe     Nigeria's U-17 Women National team, Flamingoes have safely arrived in Windhoek ahead of Friday's 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup qualifier against Namibia. The Nigerian delegation consisting head coach Bala Nkiyu, his assistants, 18 players and backroom staffs, alongside a couple of administrative officials left the country aboard a