In readiness for the International friendly game against Japan, Nigeria’s Super Falcons have landed in Kobe for the match.
The game against Japan is one of the friendly matches lined up to put the team in shape for the 2023 FIFA World Cup which will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
The team technical crew alongside the invited home-based players left the shore of the country on Saturday morning and arrived in the Asia country on Monday afternoon.
The 9-time African champions will be confronting the 2011 World champions in Kobe on Thursday as both sides continue to fine-tune for the global showpiece.
The duo of Peace Efih and Ucheibe Christy has joined the team in Japan as they are expected to resume training later on Monday.