The FIFA World Cup kicks off Thursday, June 14, 2018, with Russiataking on Saudi Arabia in the opening match.
Nigerians cannot wait to join millions of fans all over the world to catch the fun and excitements of 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off Thursday, June 14, 2018, with Russia taking on Saudi Arabia in the opening match at the 80,000 capacity Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow amid huge enthusiasm among millions of soccer fans across the world.
The match will kick off at 4 pm Nigerian time.
Here are the stations that will show the matches in Nigeria
1. Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) network stations
2. Kwesé’s exclusive free-to-air channel, Kwesé Free Sports (KFS)
3. SuperSport – DSTV and GoTV
AIT will show some selected World Cup matches
Brilla FM and 9ja info will also run LIVE commentary.
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