Flying Eagles have arrived Nigeria following their ouster from the ongoing Under-20 World Cup in Argentina.

Nigeria Football Federation, NFF in a statement said the players and their officials flew into Abuja on Thursday.

Coach Ladan Bosso and his boys reached the quarter-finals, Nigeria first since 2011, but also lost to South Korea and missed out on the last four.

In another development, each Super Falcons’ player is expected to get as 125 million naira if they win the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

The least each player in the squad will get 13 million naira that is if they crash out from the group stage.

The windfall comes after world body FIFA Thursday announced its new financial distribution model ahead of the Women’s World Cup, which begins July 20.

FIFA, in a statement, said under the ground-breaking new model, Participating Member Associations will receive record distributions to support football development in their countries, while all participating players will receive guaranteed remuneration for their achievements at the tournament.