The Falcons recently won their 9th title in Africa
*Debunks reports of part payment
The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) has confirmed the payment of the $10,000 winning bonus promised to the Super Falcons on the eve of their final clash against the Banyana Banyana of South Africa, can authoritatively confirm.
Debunking reports making the rounds that the Falcons received part payments, an insinuation that the NFF doesn’t care about their welfare compared with their counterpart Super Eagles, the NFF’s Head of Women’s Football, Ruth David told authoritatively, that all outstanding debts have now been cleared, starting from the game against Gambia.
“I can confirm to you that the NFF has already paid all the players their bonuses; they got paid for the Gambia game already and also received the bonuses for winning the competition, so I don’t know where the news of the half payment is coming from.
“The President made a promise on behalf of the Federation and it has been fulfilled already,” Ruth David confirmed.
David further explained that only the AWCON qualifier against Gambia played in Lagos, is yet to be paid and it is because it is in ‘Naira’,  but will be paid to each player’s account as soon as possible.
Further investigations by this medium show that each of the 21 players that took part in the African Women Championship received a total of $21,800 ranging from winning bonuses and daily allowances.
See full payments of allowances below:
Allowance paid for the Gambia game (Away)
Player winning bonus =$3,000
Player daily for 5days =$500
Total                              =$3,500
Allowance paid for the Abidjan camp
$100 per player x 9days = $900
Bonus and Allowance paid during the AWCON in Ghana:
Zambia win       =$3,000
Equatorial Guinea win       =$3,000
Cameroon win.            =$4,000
South Africa win      =$10,000
Daily allowance@    $100 per day x 18days =$1,800
Total.                        = $21,800