Nigeria women's football team held a training session in the Australian city of Brisbane on Tuesday ahead of their World Cup opener against Canada.
The Super Falcons arrived down under following a dismal Africa Cup of Nations campaign in 2022, where they lost to Zambia in the third-place playoff.
The nine-time African champions will be looking to change their fortunes at the World Cup.
Nigeria face Olympic champions Canada in their first opening clash on Friday at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.
They will also meet co-hosts Australia and Ireland in a tricky Group B.