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Nigeria Women’s Football League announces shift in Premiership season opener date

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The Nigeria Women’s Football League has announced a shift in the date for the highly anticipated 2023/24 NWFL Premiership season opener between Ekiti Queens and Delta Queens in Ado Ekiti.

Originally scheduled for Wednesday, November 15, the opening day of the season event will now take place a day earlier on Tuesday, November 14. The season opener which also doubles as the Star Match of the opening Matchday One fixtures of the NWFL Premiership season will be played at the Oluyemi Kayode Stadium, Ado Ekiti.

The President of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), Ibrahim Gusau will be in attendance at the season opener to show support and encouragement for the continued growth of women’s football. He has expressed keen interest in the league’s development and is impressed with the strides made in the repositioning of the Women’s League a short span of time, by the current board of the NWFL, led by Ms. Nkechi Obi. The decision to move the date ensures that key stakeholders, fans, and the football community at large can join in this celebration of women’s football excellence.

All other Week One fixtures in the Nigeria Women’s Football League Premiership will take place as scheduled. The NWFL looks forward to a thrilling #NWFL24 season and appreciates the ongoing support from fans and partners.

Ekiti Queens vs Delta Queens
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Heartland Queens vs Royal Queens
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