Nigeria U-20 Women Face Liberia

Nigeria U20 Women team will challenge Liberia in the first round qualifier of the 2016 Fifa U20 Women’s World Cup Cup in Papua New Guinea.
The Liberians dismissed their Sierra Leonean opponents to set up a clash with last World Cup’s runners-up, Falconets.
July 11, 2015 will be the date of the first leg billed for Monrovia with the Confederation of African Football appointing Guinea’s Aissatou Keita as the centre referee and will be assisted by compatriots Fantagbe Kaba, Manty Keita and Isatou Touray as Assistant Referee 1, Assistant Referee 2 and Reserve Referee respectively.
Fatou Camara from Mali will serve as match commissioner.
Should the country scale through this stage, they will meet either Namibia or RD Congo/Gabon in the second round before qualifying for the final round where they are likely to face South Africa for one of the two African tickets to the world tournament.
Nigeria have qualified for all seven editions of the competition and have placed second twice (2010 and 2014).