Watch video:Black Stars scored first goal Against Nigeriahttps://t.me/news4updates The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has agreed to allow Ghana to have a capacity crowd at the Abuja Stadium for the second leg of their 2022 World Cup playoff tie against Nigeria.
COVID-19 restrictions had limited the number of fans that could be admitted at stadiums for international matches.https://t.me/news4updates However, ahead of the match against Nigeria on Friday, the Nigerian Football Association (GFA) requested that the match be played in front of a capacity 60,000 crowd at the Abuja Stadium.
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That request has now been granted by CAF and FIFA.https://t.me/news4updates This news will excite fans who had been worried about whether they’ll be able to watch the game at the stadium, and also the GFA, who have constantly touted the positive impact the fans in Abuja particularly have on the Black Stars.
The GFA has urged everyone who intends to watch the match at the stadium to “obey all laid-down safety and security measures strictly” in order to avoid sanctions from CAF and FIFA.
Tuesday’s match will kick off at 17:00 GMT.
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