NNL postpones regular season final day fixtures

The Nigeria National League (NNL) has postponed this weekend’s final day fixtures.

The postponement, according to the NNL, is to enable the disciplinary committee of the Nigeria Football Federation sought out all the cases before it.

Also to allow the State Football Associations use their stadia for the swearing in/handing over ceremonies of new Association members.

Katsina United and Heartland are the only two teams that have qualified for the NNL Super Eight playoffs.

Eight teams will participate in the NNL Super Eight playoffs.

Four teams will gain promotion to the Nigeria Premier Football League at the end of the season.

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