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NWFL Re-brands, Unveils New Logo In Lagos

New NWFL emblem.


The Administration Committee of the Nigeria Girls Soccer League, headed by Aisha Falode, on Thursday in Lagos, introduced the re-branding of the ladies’s league, by unveiling a brand new emblem and renaming the three tiers of the league beneath the tutelage of the NWFL.

Falode defined: “With our re-branding, the Nigeria Girls Premier League will now be often called the NWFL Premiership, whereas the NWFL Professional-League now turns into the NWFL Championship and the NWFL Novice League is now NWFL Nationwide.

“Right now, our drive and entrepreneurial spirit have led us to re-imagine how we wish to inform our story. So we’re taking the chance to evolve our manufacturers as we transfer up into an thrilling future and to inform the world we’re purposeful, passion-driven, steady progressive and to say we’re united than ever.

“Since 1990, girls’s soccer in Nigeria has grown from power to power.”

“When you see how proud our women have made us globally today, from the five World Cup appearance legend Onome Ebi to the goal-scoring machine Asisat Oshoala to the youngest and safest hands Chiamaka Nnandozie who recently joined Paris FC, you understand why we have been crowned 11 times African Champions.”

“All this is able to not have been potential due to the various heroes and heroines of the sport, a lot of who we are going to by no means know or hear of, however who’ve sacrificed the blood, time and assets and even some lives for the expansion of this sport. These are the various coaches, gamers, advocates, officers and directors et cetera within the early days of the sport.

” We proceed to unearth gems regardless of the shortage of personal sector help which I’m in fact hoping will change with some manufacturers current right here at the moment.”

” So at the moment after 30 years, we’re releasing an up to date visible identification, which features a new emblem, colors, and font.”

The President of the Nigeria Soccer Federation, Amaju Pinnick, who was current on the epoch-making occasion, stated: “I want to thank Aisha Falode for putting this up. Her selfless service is evident and we have never regretted giving her the opportunity to head Women’s Football in Nigeria. She is a great personality. ” Amaju Pinnick

He added: “Women Football is very dear to my heart, our world this year will be dedicated to women’s football. We are so confident we would be hosting the African Women Cup of Nations this year because We have a very good bid.”

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