The cities of Jos, Kaduna and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja will witness top class football action this weekend as the quarterfinal matches of this year’s AITEO Cup competition (men’s version) hold. Niger Tornadoes and Lobi Stars are the combatants in Jos to determine a slot in the semifinals, while top-tier teams, Wikki Tourists and…
17 Aug 2021
Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri, yesterday, announced cash rewards to Bayelsa-born Tokyo Olympics silver medallist, Blessing Oborududu and the winners of the 2021 AITEO Cup, Bayelsa United and Bayelsa Queens.
9 Aug 2021
Two Bayelsa clubs, Bayelsa United, and Bayelsa Queens, yesterday in Benin won the 2021 Aiteo Cup for men and women respectively.
8 Aug 2021
This year’s final of Aiteo Cup competition will be between Bayelsa Queens and Robo Queens in the women’s category, while Nasarawa United will slug it out with Bayelsa United.....
14 Jul 2021
The Round of 16 matches of the men’s section of this year’s AITEO Cup competition will come alive today with potentially explosive encounters at the Confluence Stadium in Lokoja, Enyimba Stadium in Aba and Kaduna’s Ahmadu Bello Stadium. It will surely be a fight-to-finish in Lokoja when respected Tin City lords, Plateau United take the…
28 May 2021
Amaju Pinnick, the President of Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has assured that football fans in Nigeria would soon be allowed back into the stadiums to support their teams.
9 Sep 2020
Former champions, Enugu Rangers, will begin preparations for the 2020/2021 season on September 13, the management of the club has disclosed.
29 Oct 2019
Two-time Aiteo Cup champions, Akwa United have officially unveiled her new head coach John Obuh, and his assistant, Duke Udi, as the club prepares for the upcoming 2019/2020 NPFL season scheduled to kick-off on November 3.
29 Jul 2019
They danced to a different rhythm yesterday at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna. From the blast of the whistle, Kano Pillars painted the picture of a side ready...
28 Jul 2019
It is nothing but the trophy this term. That is the assurance players and officials of Kano Pillars have given their supporters, who watched agonisingly last year as their darling team squandered a 3-0 lead to lose the Aiteo Cup to Enugu Rangers at the Stephen Keshi Stadium, Asaba.
22 Jul 2019
One thousand supporters drawn from each of the 44 local governments in Kano state have been recruited to cheer Pillars to victory at this year’s final of the Aiteo cup schedule to hold in Kaduna, reports footballlive.ng.