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2023 AFCONQ: CAF Approves MKO Abiola, Uyo Stadiums For Eagles

2023 AFCONQ: CAF Approves MKO Abiola, Uyo Stadiums For Eagles

The Confederation Of Africa Football (CAF) has finally given the MKO Abiola stadium and Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo the nod to host Super Eagles home games for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Recall that the Super Eagles are currently top of Group B table with six points from two games after defeating the duo of Sierra Leone and Sao Tome and Principe. respectively.

The last time the team played at the Abuja stadium was against Sierra Leone, where Nigeria defeated them 2-1 in a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

However, with action set to resume next month, one of the two stadiums may play host to the Super Eagles against Guinea- Bissau in a double header. clash.

Meanwhile, North African giants, Egypt (six) and Algeria (five) have the highest number of approved stadia.

The 2023 AFCON will be staged in Cote d’Ivoire

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  • UBFE 1 year ago


    Only 2 stadia……

    36 states plus fct.

    Self-acclaimed giant

  • tancosport 1 year ago

    CSN should always check their facts right. The last time Nigeria played in the stadium was afcon qualifiers game against Sierra Leon Which Nigeria won 2:1. The game was played sometimes in September or so.

  • CSN must ensure that their reporting is accurate at all times. The most recent game that took place at the stadium was an African Cup of Nations qualifying match between Nigeria and Sierra Leon, which Nigeria won 2-0. The match took place throughout the month of September on many occasions.

  • laura 1 year ago


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