NFF Moves Games Out Of Abuja National Stadium For Lack Of Facilities

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NFF Moves Games Out Of Abuja National Stadium For Lack Of Facilities

Timothy Adegbola, LAGOS, Nigeria (GVE) – The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), on Wednesday, said it had to play most national teams’ games outside the Abuja National Stadium, due to lack of facilities.

The NFF Secretary-General, Mohammed Sanusi, told newsmen in Abuja, that the Abuja national stadium currently lacked the necessary facilities for the teams to play conveniently.

Sanusi, further disclosed that the various states had indicated interest in hosting the national teams.

The female national teams have taken refuge at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin, while the Super Eagles moved from the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo to the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium, Port Harcourt.

“Some of these states indicated interest in hosting the teams and that is why we went there. The Abuja National Stadium is under renovation and so there is no facility for us to play our matches here”.

“We have our technical centre here, but there are no dressing rooms. So we are making efforts to see if the dressing rooms can be provided,” he said.

The Secretary- General added that the football house was planning to take the matches of the teams across the country, so that Nigerians can watch their national teams play live.



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