The Women’s World Cup begins in France on Friday with England and Scotland will face each other in their first match in Group D in Nice on Sunday.
France will meet South Korea at a sold-out Parc des Princes in Friday’s opening game in Paris while Nigeria will face Norway tomorrow.
Defending champions the United States will meet against Thailand on Tuesday, 11 June.
Six groups of four teams will compete for the 16 places in the knockout phase, on the road to the final on Sunday, 7 July in Lyon.
Nigeria has always qualified for the World Cup but has only gotten pass through the group once in 1999. With Oshoala, one of Nigeria’s most talented scorers, and other talented players, we believe hope lies with the team.