2026 WorldCupQ: Super Eagles arrive Rwanda for Zimbabwe test

Super Eagles of Nigeria
  • Team to train at Huye Stadium tonight

Nigeria’s Super Eagles are gearing up for Zimbabwe’s Crocodiles test after arriving Rwanda for Sunday’s 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying clash.

The delegation comprising players and officials departed Uyo’s Victor Attah International Airport, Uyo, Friday night.

Silently flew into Kigali in the early hours of Saturday morning after a three hours, 30 minutes flight from the Akwa Ibom state capital.

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Interestingly, the delegation then made a two-hour bus road trip to the city of Butare, where the match venue is located.

The Super Eagles will later catch a feel of the Huye Stadium tonight.

Sunday’s game will kick-off at 2:00pm Nigeria time.

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