The Nigeria Under-20 Women national team will, on Wednesday, depart the country for Monrovia for their 2016 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup second round, first leg qualifying match against Liberia.
The Super Falconets are scheduled to face Liberia women and the West African county’s Football Association (LFA) has informed the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) that the match will be played on Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium, starting at 4pm.
A contingent of 18 players and nine officials will fly through Accra and Abidjan, before embarking on a final lap to Monrovia; the capital city they are expected to arrive on Friday.
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has not decided to move the venue of the match, despite reports of fresh symptoms of the deadly Ebola virus disease in the country.
Liberia’s senior national team, Lone Star, hosted Guinea in a 2016 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier last weekend.
Caf has appointed Aissatou Inter Keita of the Republic of Guinea as referee for the match.
She will be assisted by compatriots Fantagbe Kaba, Manty Keita and Isatou Touray as assistant referees 1 and 2, and reserve referee respectively.
Fatou Camara from Mali will be match commissioner.
The winner of the match will advance to the third round qualifier for the 2016 Fifa U-20 Women’s World Cup, billed for Papua New Guinea. They will face the winner of the other fixture involving Namibia and DR Congo.