22 players are now in Super Falcons’ camp ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
CSKA Moscow of Russia winger, Francisca Ordega breezed into the team’s camp on Saturday afternoon.
Ordega’s arrival was announced on the Super Falcons Twitter handle.
“Our camp in Gold Coast swelled with the arrival of CSKA Moscow star Francisca Ordega from Russia.
We now have 22 players in Australia 🇳🇿for the @FIFAWWC
Still awaiting Rosengard midfielder Halimatu Ayinde from Sweden.
The Super Falcons are currently in Brisbane, Australia preparing for the quadrennial competition.
Randy Waldrum’s side are drawn in Group B with Canada, Australia and Republic of Ireland.