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African Cup of Nations of Monday, 4 July 2022


WAFCON: StarTimes to beam Nigeria, South Africa duel

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The Super Falcons of Nigeria will begin their quest for another title chase at the 2022 TotalEnergies Women’s Africa Cup of Nations(WAFCON) with an opening match against Banyana Banyana of South Africa tonight.

The match will air live on StarTimes, an official broadcaster of the tournament.

Nigeria has won the competition eleven times, and two-time winners Equatorial Guinea, but South Africa and Cameroon are two countries waiting in the wings, hoping to lift the trophy after the July 23 final.

Throughout the world, women’s football is growing in stature and popularity and Africa is no different.