Super Eagles fixtures – the journey towards the 2026 FIFA World Cup has been mapped out for the Nigeria national team, three-time African champions, who are gearing up to reclaim their spot on the global stage.
The qualifiers will commence on November 16th, with Nigeria pitted against formidable opponents – South Africa, Benin Republic, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, and Lesotho – in the quest for a coveted place at the World Cup.
The Super Eagles fixtures will witness a series of intense clashes, kicking off with the first two matches between November 13-21, 2023.
The competition will then resume with the third and fourth fixtures scheduled for June 3-11, 2024.
The subsequent rounds, spanning from March to October 2025, will witness the Super Eagles locking horns with their adversaries in a total of 10 matches.
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As the anticipation builds, the first-place finisher in the group will secure automatic qualification for the 2026 World Cup, an event that promises to be hosted with grandeur by the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico.
This campaign holds particular significance for Nigeria, as they seek redemption after missing out on the previous edition, falling to perennial rivals Ghana in the playoffs.
The Super Eagles are determined to leave no stone unturned as they embark on this challenging yet promising journey towards World Cup glory.
Super Eagles fixtures – 2026 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers
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