The Nigeria Football Federation, NFF has promised the Super Falcons three thousand dollars appearance bonus being thirty per cent of the million dollars the team earned at this year’s FIFA women’s World Cup in France.

This is coming on the heels of their allowance strike that was staged by the Falcons in France after they crashed out of the World Cup.

The NFF confirmed in a statement, that they would receive a bonus from FIFA of seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars when the Falcons qualified for the World Cup and an additional two hundred and fifty thousand dollars when the team reached the Round of 16 at France 2019.

They promised that the Falcons would receive thirty per cent of these monies when they are paid by FIFA.

The NFF had insisted the Falcons had been paid all they were owed besides a training allowance of five hundred dollars-a-player for the five extra days they spent in France before their knockout match against Germany on Saturday. The Falcons are now expected back in Nigeria today to end their pay strike.