A host of France-bound nations, including the Super Falcons will continue their training preparations in Spain next month
Nigeria alongside Brazil, Chile, Canada and Scotland are scheduled to camp in Pinatar Arena, Spain in April for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France.
Thomas Dennerby’s team aim to step up strategies for the global showpiece during April’s international break after their recent tour of China and Cyprus and Abuja’s domestic camp.
The reigning African queens, who ended as third in January’s China Invitational and seventh at the Cyprus Women’s Cup early in March, will camp at the Pinatar Arena Football Centre from April 2-9.
During their seven-day training camp in Spain, they will take on Canada in an unofficial training game before facing an unconfirmed club side.
On the other hand, Chile are also scheduled to camp at the arena from April 1-6, and on Friday will take on Scotland that will also lodge from April 2-9 and will also face Brazil on Monday.
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At the same ground, Canada will stay from April 6-10 after their friendly with England at the Academy Stadium in Manchester on Friday.
The training camp in Spain will be the Super Falcons’ fourth in 2019 as Dennerby’s ladies continue their build up for the quadrennial competition to be held in France from June 7 to July 7.
Nigeria are drawn against hosts France, Norway, and South Korea and will launch their eighth campaign against Martin Sjögren’s team on June 8 in Reims.