Ticket For Nigeria Vs England Friendly Match To Cost Fans N34,000


The Supporters Club of the Super Eagles/Twitter

Tickets for the much anticipated Warm-up match between the Super Eagles of Nigeria and The Three Lions of England on June 2nd at Wembley is still on sale, according to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

The nation’s football governing body on Saturday made this clarification stating that ticket sales are still on for the pre- Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup match.

It has however been gathered that fans would have to cough out as much as £70, about N34,000 to watch the Eagles trade tackles with their English counterpart in the World Cup warm up match live at the magnificent 90,000 capacity stadium in London.

It was also gathered there are concessions of £10 off ticket price for students, under 16s and senior citizens on purchase of the ticket which has been on sale since March 21 and would end on June 2,- the match day.

England and Nigeria have only faced each other on two previous occasions at senior level, a 1-0 friendly victory at Wembley in 1994 when David Platt scored the winner, before sharing a goalless draw at the 2002 World Cup finals in Japan.

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Donatus Anichukwueze is a journalism graduate from the Lagos State University, School of Communication. He's a writer with a special interest in technology, sports, entertainment and politics. He's also a through and through Chelsea FC fan.

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