12 Feb
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The annual General Meeting/Congress of the Nigeria Women Football League, has been scheduled to hold in Benin City, Edo State on Tuesday, February 18, 2020. The NWFL Chief Operating Officer, Dr Ayo Abdulrahman PhD, said on Wednesday morning in Abuja, that the NWFL Annual General meeting will hold at the Edo Heritage Hotel, GRA Benin…

09 Feb
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Kwara Ladies Football Club emerged the overall winner of the 2020 Nigeria Women Amateur League (NWAL) Championship concluded on Sunday, February 09 at the University of Benin sports ground in Benin City, Edo state. The Kwara team finally secured promotion ticket with a 2-0 victory against Omidiran Babes on the final day clash. Soliu Suliat’s…

02 Feb
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The Nigeria Women Amateur League has been scheduled to kick-off from Tuesday, February 04 to Sunday, February 09, 2020. An official statement issued by the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Ayo Abdulrahman, indicates that the league will hold as a zonal championship in the Edo state capital, Benin City. According to…

07 Jan
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In it’s drive to further develop women’s football in the country, the Nigeria Women Football League, has announced the dates for the Nigeria Women Amateur League Competition. According to the Chief Operating Officer of the NWFL, Alhaji Ayo Abdulrahman, the Women’s Amateur League which would be played on zonal basis across the country, will take…

15 Dec
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The management and players of Nigeria Women Premier League side, Nasarawa Amazons Football club, today stormed the church in Lafia, where they held a special thanksgiving mass at the ECWA Goodnews Church, GRA, Lafia, Nasarawa State. The ‘Solid Babes’ won the 2019 AITEO Cup after overcoming a difficult battle against Rivers Angels in Kaduna, the…

13 Dec
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Every club has one, they might not be first on the manager’s teamsheet, but they have their own chants and their own fan clubs. Here thenwfl.com took a look at eight players who were/are cherished not for how good they were, but for who they are and what they represented. We celebrate some of the…