Live Football Apps to Watch the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Nigeria

Live Football Apps to Watch the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Nigeria
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Nigeria’s national U20 team, the Flying Eagles, got their 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup campaign underway with a match against Dominican Republic on Sunday, May 21 2023.

The Flying Eagles are in Group D alongside the Dominican Republic and football powerhouses Brazil and Italy. They're one of the dark horses in the tournament, and you can catch a glimpse of their games on TV and live football streaming apps.

Nigeria's Love for Football

Nigerians love football, and their fans will love to watch their national teams, no matter how many disappointments and heartaches they might have suffered in their recent failures. Their love for the national teams does not waver, and because of this, Nigerians do not abandon their national representatives. They're always there to cheer them and watch how they play physically or online.

The FIFA U-20 World Cup games are available for Nigerians to watch on TV Sports channels and live football streaming apps.

TV Channels to Watch Nigeria FIFA U-20 World Cup Games

  • DSTV — SuperSport Variety Channel 209
  • GoTV — SuperSports Select 2

Online Platforms to Watch Nigeria FIFA U-20 World Cup Matches

You can catch up to live football streaming of Nigeria games on apps like:

  • FIFA Plus App — It's free for all. You can also watch the games on the FIFA Plus site.
  • DStv App — You can download the app from the Play Store to catch live football streaming of the game.

Follow the Scores on Live Football Apps

Live football TV apps that'll deliver live scores of Nigeria U-20 games include:

  • Flashscore
  • Aiscores
  • Sofascore
  • Futbol24
  • Forebet

You can download any of the above live football tv apps and live football apps to enjoy the Flying Eagles take on Italy and Brazil in their next Group D games.

This article was most recently revised and updated 1 year ago

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