Nigeria?s World Cup training camp will officially open on May 22, in Abuja and the country?s special kits for the Mundial in Russia will be presented to the public on February 7, in London.
This, officials of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have made known on Wednesday in Lagos.
NFF President, Amaju Pinnick confirmed the friendlies that have been lined-up ahead of the Russia mundial in June, stating that the senior national team boys will battle Serbia in London on March 27, four days after a friendly against Poland at the 42,000 capacity Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw.
The team will return to Nigeria for the May camping in Abuja and will then play a home front final fair-well match against Congo on May 28, with President Muhammadu Buhari expected to watch the match live at the stadium.
Pinnick also confirmed that the Super Eagles will take on England at Wembley on June 2, before traveling to Austria for another warm-up match against Czech Republic on June 6.
Nigeria Football Federation agreed to play England, Poland and Serbia because they ranked higher than Nigeria in the Fifa rankings. Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr will name his final 23-man roster for the World Cup after the friendly against the Three Lions.