20 Aug
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NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, NWFL Chairperson, Aisha Falode, Imo State F.A boss, Amanze Uchegbulam and Anambra State F.A Interim Chairman, Emeka Okeke, NWFL Club Owners chairperson, Matilda Otuene on Thursday led hundreds of friends, family members, colleagues, well wishers and Nigerian women football community to pay last respect to late board member of the NWFL,…

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…

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…

02 Dec
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Tributes have continued pouring in for the birthday of the Chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL), Aisha Falode. Fondly known as the ‘Amazon’, Aisha Falode is widely respected for her innovative ideas that has led to the development of the Nigeria Women Football League in the past three years. Aisha Falode had a…

22 Oct
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Governor Abdullahi Audu Sule, today, announced cash rewards and team bus pledge for the victorious Nasarawa United and Nasarawa Amazons Football Clubs at a reception in their honour for winning the Aiteo Federation’ Cup(female) and Ahlan Preseason Cup in Kaduna and Kano State respectively. At a special governorship reception in honour of the victorious teams…

17 Oct
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Newly promoted Nigeria Women Premier League side, Olori Babes Football Club of Warri, have confirmed their homeground for the 2019/2020 NWPL Season. The Chairperson of the club, Mrs Obiageli Sifo, confirmed to thenwfl.com that the team will be playing their home games at the Warri Township Stadium, Warri. The Pro-League Champions had their victory parade…