Super Falcons coach Randy Waldrum has express his happiness towards the four-nation tournament in Mexico.
The competition tagged Revelations Cup, will be part of the former African champions build up to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup scheduled to take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023 in New Zealand and Australia.
Costa Rica and Colombia, who will also compete at the World Cup are the two other countries that will participate in the competition.
“We are very excited for the invitation to the @RevCupMexico. As an American, I know Mexico and Costa Rica very well, and Colombia is also a big rival. It is an honor to play these matches.” Waldrum said.
“The way football is played around the world gives our players the opportunity to meet another style of football.
“Women’s football must continue to grow; we need to have more of these tournaments.
“The Revelations Cup Mexico is an opportunity to watch other team’s style. We can learn from Concacaf and South American teams.
“The fans will have the chance to watch national teams they are not used to, and that helps women’s football growth too.”
Waldrum’s Falcons are in Group B with World Cup cohost Australia, Olympic champions Canada and debutant Republic of Ireland.