Olympics Qualifiers: CAF confirm details of Nigeria vs South Africa showdown

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Nigeria’s Super Falcons will face South Africa in the final qualifying round of the Paris 2024 Olympics Qualifiers on Friday, April 5, CAF has confirmed.

The Super Falcons will first host Bafana Bafana for the first leg at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium by 4 PM (West African Time) before travelling to South Africa for the return fixture on April 9.

The winner of the two-legged encounter will join the winner of the game between Zambia and Morocco as Africa’s two representatives in the women’s football event at the summer Olympic Games.

Algerian official, Ghada Mehat as been confirmed as the match referee while compatriots Asma Feriel Ouahab and Lamia Atman will be assistant referee 1 and fourth official then Mauritania’s Mariem Cheddad will be the assistant referee 2.

Former FIFA referee, Fadouma Fia as been appointed referee assessor and Ghana’s Christine Ziga will be the match commissioner.

The Super Falcons saw off Ethiopia then Cameroon’s Indomitable Lionesses to reach the final qualifying stage.

The nine-time African champions are aiming to play at the Olympics for the first time since their last appearance in 2008.

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