The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is demanding 10,000 tickets ahead of 2022 World Cup Quilifers play-off clash with Ghana.
In a letter to the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Nigeria Football Federation is seeking for 10,000 tickets ahead of the first leg match scheduled between Ghana and Nigeria on 25th March, 2022 at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
The stadium slated for the much-anticipated battle among the two neighbouring countries has a capacity to contain only 15,000 spectators during an on-going match but, the Nigeria Football Federation insisted to be given more than half of the capacity of the stadium.
After the first leg match in Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the Black Stars of Ghana will move to Nigeria to play a return match with the Supper Eagles of Nigeria on 29th March 2022 in Abuja, Nigeria.
Finally, the winner from the matches will proceed to the Qatar 2022 World Cup with other four (4) African countries.