Nigeria’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying matchday two fixture against the Warriors of Zimbabwe will take place at the Amarhoro Stadium, Kigali.

The encounter is billed for Monday, November 20.

The Warriors will host the Super Eagles at a neutral venue as they don’t have a stadium approved by world soccer ruling body, FIFA.

The Rufaro Stadium, National Sports Stadium and Barbourfields all failed to meet FIFA’s approved standard.

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Baltemar Brito’s side will travel to Kigali for their matchday one encounter and will remain there for the clash against the Super Eagles.

Zimbabwe are just returning to international football following an 18-month ban by FIFA.

The Super Eagles will open their qualifying campaign with an home fixture against the Crocodiles of Lesotho on November 13.

Rwanda, South Africa and Benin Republic are other teams in the group.


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