Defending champions, Super Falcons will, on Sunday, October 17, move to camp in Lagos to begin their final preparations for the first leg of their Morocco 2022 African Women Nations Cup
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will clash with Les Fauves of Central African Republic (CAR) in the reverse fixture of Group C African qualifier for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 holding today at the Stade Japoma de Douala...
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has warned anybody without genuine business with the Super Eagles to stay away from the team’s Eko Hotel camp.
Since opening shop in Nigeria two decades ago, MTN has demonstrated not just a willingness to help grow the most popular sport in the most populous black nation
Nigeria’s preparation for the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifier against Central African Republic will begin with the arrival of players to the Eagles’ camp, which will open on Monday, next week.
Former Super Eagles’ forward, Femi Opabunmi, has taken a dig at ex-international players, who are constantly up in arms against administrators at the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), saying most of them are misguided and clueless, reports newstap.com.ng.
First Lady, Aisha Buhari; Inspector General of Police, Alkali Baba Usman; Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) President, Amaju Pinnick and Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Sports, Daniel Amokachi,...
A member of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Technical Department, Garba Lawal, has expressed excitement over the current forms of Super Eagles’ strikers, Victor Osimhen and Paul Onuachu
Buoyed by the recent influx of partners in its bid to develop the country’s football, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), last week, took its partners to Eko Hotel and Suites
The South East is about the biggest contributor of sportsmen and women to Nigeria’s national teams, yet, sports in the zone is among the least developed in the country.
Former coach of the defunct Ufuoma Babes FC of Warri, Napoleon Aluma, has revealed that some male coaches were ‘forced’ to divorce their wives, while others became bankrupt in their bid to develop women’s football in Nigeria.
Former Super Falcons Coach, Ismaila Mabo, who led the team to USA ’99 FIFA Women’s World Cup, revealed yesterday that he was left out by organisers of the Third NFF-Aiteo Football Awards