Super Eagles games will be broadcast by eight television and radio stations
Integral’s exclusive broadcast of the Super Eagles qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup ™ will be broadcast on NTA, AIT, Sporty.com and NPFL TV, as well as a live broadcast on Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Arewa Radio and Nigeria Info FM.
The next African playoff games are scheduled for October with the Super Eagles playing against the Central African Republic at home and away.
Following the acquisition of the exclusive media rights in Nigeria to broadcast the 2022 FIFA World Cup ™ qualifying matches involving the Super Eagles and its partnership with Hey What’s On as the host broadcast production service provider of all home games, Nigeria’s leading full-service sports marketing agency, Integral (www.Integralsande.com), confirms that its broadcast will be available on NTA, AIT, Sporty.com and NPFL TV. The matches will also be broadcast live on Cool Fm, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info and Arewa Radio radio stations.
The next African playoff games are scheduled for October, with the Super Eagles playing against the Central African Republic at home and away. Both matches will be broadcast on Nigeria’s largest television networks, NTA and AIT – channels 251 and 253 respectively on DSTV – and will be available to stream live on Sporty.com and NPFL TV. Radio stations Cool Fm, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info and Arewa Radio will also broadcast these matches live to their listeners.
These broadcast partnerships were negotiated by the leading production company Hey What’s On, headed by its CEO Chichi Nwoko who said, “As a host broadcast production service provider, we are delighted to provide the highest quality production. for what we are sure to be exciting matches. . The partnership with these various media stations ensures that everyone is able to follow the Super Eagles World Cup qualifying campaign from anywhere in Nigeria. “
Speaking on this, NTA General Manager Yakubu Ibn Mohammed said, “The NTA is delighted to once again be part of the premium football content acquired by Integral. We look forward to showing the games of our beloved Super Eagles as Nigerian football fans cheer them on. “
DAAR Communications (AIT) President Raymond Dokpesi Jnr said: “We are delighted to add exciting FIFA World Cup qualifying matches in Africa involving Super Eagles to our sports content. Bringing the best of African football into the homes of our football-loving audience is something we are proud of and ready to deliver. “
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Oluchi Enuha, Brand Director of Sporty.com says; “This is an exciting time for us as we live stream the matches of the Nigeria Super Eagles qualifying campaign for the FIFA World Cup. We are excited that we can use our platform to connect Nigerian soccer fans with exciting soccer content like this. “
In addition, the chairman of NPFL TV, Mallam Shehu Dikko states; “NPFL TV is proud of this opportunity to showcase the best of Nigerian football on its platform. We are delighted to broadcast such exciting football matches live on NPFL TV and to join millions of Nigerians in cheering on the Super Eagles in their qualifying campaign. “
Serge Noujaim, CEO of Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info, Arewa Radio said; “Few others unite Nigerians like football. Even more so when the national team play. We understand that fact, as do our friends at Integral and Hey What’s On. And that’s why this partnership for the Qualifiers Africans of the 2022 FIFA World Cup is so crucial and timely. ”
Commenting on the broadcast of the matches through its stations, the Managing Director of Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info, Arewa Radio, Femi Obong-Daniels said; “The road to the World Cup is only paved with the most rigorous preparation, self-application and relentlessness that qualifying represents. And the radio tells the story into every nook and cranny.
“Thanks to Integral and Hey What’s On in partnership with Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info and Arewa Radio, listeners across Nigeria can be sure to follow the African Qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup wherever they go. Sponsors and advertisers must take advantage of this tremendous opportunity to reach the widest possible national audience and identify with the Super Eagles from the start of this quest for World Cup qualification and eventual participation.
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