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CAF Approves Nacional 24 de Setembro Stadium, for Guinea-Bissau Ahead of Next Month’s AFCON Qualifiers

BoomRadioNG | February 23, 2023

The Djurtus of Guinea-Bissau now have the go-ahead to host the Super Eagles of Nigeria at home in next month’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The Djurtus and Super Eagles are set to meet in a 2023 AFCON qualifying double-header in March. The first encounter will hold at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja on March 24.

The reverse fixture will take place at the Nacional 24 de Setembro Stadium, Bissau three days later. The Djurtus were earlier expected to host the Super Eagles in Morocco after the

Nacional 24 de Setembro Stadium was not deemed suitable to host international matches by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).



According to information made available on official Facebook page of the Guinea-Bissau Football Federation, CAF has now made a u-turn following renovation works at the ground, the locker room, lighting facilities and furniture. The Super Eagles top the Group with six points after winning their opening two games.

The Djurtus are are in second position with four points from the same number of matches.





Dolupo Balogun

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