Perpetua Nkwocha, Stella Mbachu and Precious Dede have been included in the Nigerian squad for the 2014 African Women Championship, AWC in Namibia.
Mbachu, 36, will be making her ninth AWC appearance, while four-time African Footballer of the year, Nkwocha, 38, will be making her eighth.
Super Falcons’ coach Edwin Okon also named 11 players from local side Rivers Angels and six foreign-based stars in his 21-woman squad.
The team also contains a familiar face in Asisat Oshoala, who was top scorer and Most Valuable Player at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Canada in August.
Nigeria's Super Falcons will be seeking redemption in Windhoek after they finished fourth in the last edition, their worst finish in the history of AWC.
The most successful team in the competition, with six titles, Nigeria last won the trophy in 2010, when they beat Equatorial Guinea 4-2.
The Super Falcons are expected to comfortable qualify from Group A, which includes hosts Namibia, debutants Zambia and Ivory Coast.
The championship is scheduled for 11-25 October 2014 in two stadiums in Windhoek.
It will also serve as qualification for the FIFA Women's World Cup to be held in Canada from 6 June to 5 July, 2015.
Nigeria is the only African team to have played in all FIFA Women's World Cup tournaments since 1991.
Nigeria squad: Goalkeepers: Precious Dede (Ibom Queens), Ibubeleye White (Rivers Angels), Christy Ohieriaku (Oshogbo Queens)
Defenders: Osinachi Ohale (Houston Dash, United States), Josephine Chukwunonye, Onome Ebi (FK Minsk, Belarus), Ngozi Ebere , Ugochi Njoku and Gloria Ofoegbu (all Rivers Angels)
Midfielders: Evelyn Nwabuokn, Onyinyechi Ohadugha, Gloria Iroka, Cecilia Nku (all Rivers Angels), Ayinde Halimat, Ngozi Okobi (both Delta Queens)
Strikers: Desire Oparanozie (En Avent Guingamp, France), Perpetua Nkwocha (Sunnanå SK, Sweden), Esther Sunday (FK Minsk, Belarus), Asisat Oshoala, Stella Mbachu (both Rivers Angels), Francisca Ordega (Pitea IFF, Sweden)