Super Falcons is in the elite group of only seven countries that have never failed to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup since the competition was launched in China 32 years ago.

Waldrum is optimistic about an impressive performance at the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup finals in Australia and New Zealand in the summer.

Waldrum said he is confident his team can go far in the world tournament, but insists they must take one step at a time to achieve greatness.

“The first goal for us in the World Cup is to get past the group stage. Everybody wants to get to the knockout stage, but obviously to get there, you have to get past the group stage, and right now, our focus is mainly in doing that.” Waldrum told NFF

Nigeria tied in pool B alongside Olympic champions Canada, co-hosts Australia and the Republic of Ireland in pool B.

Super Falcons is in the elite group of only seven countries that have never failed to qualify for the FIFA Women’s World Cup since the competition was launched in China 32 years ago.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup final is scheduled to kick off on July 20 with 32 teams.

The Falcons will be based in Brisbane where they will play two of their three games, with the other game in another Australian city, Melbourne.