After over one week of action, the 21st edition of the Amalgamation of Nigerian Women Football Club Coaches (ANWFCC) - organized All Stars Football Carnival will come to an end on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the legacy pitch of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.
No fewer than 270 women footballers drawn from different parts of the country featured in the competition with intent of warming up for the Nigeria Women Football season and getting attention of national teams and club coaches and managers.
Acting Vice President of the ANWFCC, Swizerland's, Hans Kramer confirmed that Saturday’s closing ceremony would commence with an All Stars 11 selection clash against former Super Falcons Stars who have featured in previous editions of the tournament.
With 18 teams bearing various countries’ names, Hans who has been chairman of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) in the last four editions said he would not be surprised if the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) officials fail to show up.
“I expect officials of Lagos FA, past footballers, journalists and other stakeholders, but not NFF. The NFF has never bordered to appreciate our role in 17 years of my involvement .They have never come, so I will be surprise if they come on Saturday”.