By Ovedhe Hezekiah.
Stephen Keshi Stadium Asaba, Delta State, has been selected to host the host of 2022/2023 Nigeria Women’s Football League Premiership Super 6, beginning on Saturday, 5 May.
This was disclosed by Modupe Shabi, NWFL, Chief Operating Officer, followed by the approval of the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, for the title playoff competition to be held from 5 to 12 May 2023 in Asaba after its bid and successful inspections.
Clubs that bid to participate in the Nigeria Women’s Football League Premiership Super 6 competition are Delta Queens, Rivers Angels, Bayelsa Queens, Confluence Queens, Robo Queens and Edo Queens.
According to the NWFL, Chief Operating Officer Modupe Shabi, participating clubs are expected to be in Asaba on 5th May, with the draw and pre-match meetings also slated to be held the same day.
The Asaba 2023 NWFL Premiership Super 6 champions will represent the country at the 2023 WAFU-B Women’s Champions League qualifiers in August when they will be eyeing a spot in the finals.
The round-robin competition will see each club meets every other participant, kicking off on Saturday, May 6, with Monday 8 May and Thursday 11 May scheduled to be the rest days during the event.