All About Nigerian Football
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Welcome to the Nation for Nigerian National Football
From the birth of Nigerian football around 1845 in Calabar to Nigeria's first national selection a century later in 1949, football in Nigeria has literally become a religion. Its followers' well-being revolve around the results obtained by the nation's national teams and clubs in competition. Unfortunately, records and statistics related to Nigerian football and its players are scarce. It is largely because of this that this website is dedicated to providing its visitors with records and statistics of Nigeria's football. Though the data found here is often brief and limited, those interested in detailed data may contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org with a request.
BUILDING THE NEW SUPER EAGLES
Nigerian fans will be looking to the appointment of a new coach as the country rebuilds its national team that disappointed at the 2010 World Cup finals. Nigeria is in Group B of the qualifiers along with Madagascar, Guinea, and Ethiopia. Only one team will qualify from the group. The fans expect new faces on the team especially drawn from the recent U-20 team. Already the captain of the most recent U-20 team Lukman Haruna has made the jump to the Super Eagles. Others are expected to follow.
Super Eagles Nation
2010 FEDERATION CUP ONGOING....
Enyimba FC of Aba, Nigeria's most successful club, is still in the running to win the 2010 Federation Cup which is now in the semi-final
stage. Enyimba will become double champions if they retain the Federation Cup which they won in 2009. This year, they are in the semi
final along with Enugu Rangers (One of the most successful Nigerian clubs), Akure Sunshine Stars, and Kaduna United. All four clubs
are also in the Premier League.