This means that the African champions friendly clash with the Slovakia women's team on the same day will no longer take place.
The Super Falcons began their final build-up to the competition on May 20 in Austria and will take on the newly crowned Slovenian champions in Beltinci on Sunday.
Thomas Dennerby's side will depart their camp in Bad Tatzmannsdorf at 2:30 pm for the match which is scheduled to commence at 5 pm Nigerian time.
On Tuesday, the African queens defeated Haladas Viktoria 5-1 in a friendly game at the Kiraly Sports Centre in Szombathely, Hungary.
After Sunday's match, the Super Falcons will fly to France on Tuesday for the global showpiece.
Nigeria will begin their eighth Women's World Cup appearance against 1995 winners Norway on June 8 in Reims.