The Nigeria Sports Ministry and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have purchased up to 20,000 tickets for supporters to distribute ahead of Nigeria’s 2022 World Cup playoff match against Ghana on Tuesday.
Both organizations are attempting to increase support for the Super Eagles by attempting to fill the 60,000-seat Moshood Abiola Stadium.
“We will purchase 20,000 tickets and distribute them to supporters at specific locations on Monday and Tuesday morning.” We want to guarantee that the Super Eagles receive the most support possible by packing the stadium.
“The NFF did an excellent job of securing the Moshood Abiola National Stadium’s maximum capacity for the match.” “This change will ensure that we have a packed house,” stated Sports Minister Sunday Dare.
The first leg of the tie ended in a goalless draw in Kumasi.
Nigeria needs an outright win to clinch one of five tickets to represent Africa at Qatar 2022.
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