Super Falcons star Ashleigh Plumptre has joined her teammates in camp at Kobe to prepare for the International friendly match against Japan on Thursday.
Goalkeepers Chiamaka Nnadozie and Michelle Alozie also arrived at the team's camp on Tuesday.
The team confirmed the development on their Twitter handle.
Updates: Joining us before dinner?️ are the following:— NGSuper_Falcons (@NGSuper_Falcons) October 4, 2022
*@ify_on22 Onumonu (USA)
* Michelle @alozieee (USA)
* @Nadoziechiamaka (France)
We now have 12 players in camp#SoarSuperFalcons #JAPNGA @thenff
Head coach Randy Waldrum and his assistant Lauren Gregg also joined the team from the United States of America.
With the arrival of the four players, 12 players are now in the Super Falcons camp.
Waldrum will be hoping for a better outing against Japan, who are unbeaten in their last five matches.
The Falcons have lost their last four matches, including a double-header friendly against the USA.
Nigeria and Japan have met four times, the Japanese have won two while the Super Falcons can boast of one win.
The friendly match is a part of the preparations for the FIFA Women's World Cup in New Zealand and Australia.