Fans of Nigeria’s male national team, the Super Eagles are in for a treat ahead of the next African qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup 2022™.
This is because the matches will be broadcast live on foremost radio stations, Nigeria Info, Cool FM, Wazobia FM and Arewa Radio.
Nigeria’s leading full-service sports marketing agency, Integral has acquired the exclusive media rights in Nigeria to broadcast the FIFA World Cup 2022™ qualifiers matches involving the Super Eagles.
Partnering with Hey What’s On as the Host Broadcast production services provider of all home matches involving the Super Eagles, the games will be broadcast on the radio stations in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja and Kano.
The next African qualifiers matches are scheduled for October with the Super Eagles playing against Central African Republic both home and away.
Both matches will be broadcast live on Nigeria Info, Wazobia FM, (Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja) and Cool FM, and Arewa Radio, Kano.
The CEO of Nigeria Info, Wazobia FM, Cool FM, Arewa Radio, Serge Noujam says the timing of the partnership is “crucial and timely.”
According to him, “Little else unites Nigerians like football. More so when the national team plays. We understand this fact and so do our friends at Integral and Hey What’s On.
“And that’s why this FIFA World Cup 2022 African Qualifiers partnership is so crucial and timely.”
For the General Manager of Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info, Arewa Radio, Femi Obong-Daniels, “Sponsors and advertisers need to take advantage of this great opportunity to reach the widest national audience possible and identify with the Super Eagles early on in this quest for World Cup qualification and eventual participation.”
“The road to the World Cup is paved only by the most rigorous preparation, self-application and battle-hardening that the Qualifiers represent.
“And radio tells the story to the furthest of corners. Thanks to Integral and Hey What’s On partnering with Cool FM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info and Arewa Radio, radio audiences all over Nigeria can be sure to follow the FIFA World Cup 2022 African Qualifiers from wherever they are,” he noted.
CEO Hey What’s On, Chichi Nwoko, says the company is “pleased to deliver the highest quality of production for what we are sure will be exciting matches.”
She added that “Partnering with these various media stations ensures everyone is able to follow the Super Eagles World Cup qualification campaign from anywhere in Nigeria.”
The matches will also be on TV stations, NTA and AIT as well as on Sporty.com and NPFL TV.