The moment we have all been waiting for is almost upon us, the last time we had the fever of this wonderful moment was in the year 2014 in Brazil. A record 17. 5 million viewers watched Nigeria’s first match against Iran four years ago and more than 3.2 billion people watched that particular edition of the tournament. The number is sure to increase this year. Perhaps, we could see a geometric growth in viewership. So where will you be watching this time around?
When the Nigerian national team qualified for the Mundial late last year, Nigerians were super excited that the country would be represented at the tournament.
Fast forward seven months after qualification, the Nigerian national team has gone through different phases. They have won crucial friendly matches against top- level oppositions, they now have a kit that is the envy of other nations and have been meticulously preparing for a successful outing in the quadrennial competition with the fans behind them all through.
The fans have to be at the heart of the country’s quest for success at the Mundial and the Kwese fan parks is open to fans across the country to drive the passion of Nigerians for the round leather game. Some of the fan parks are located in Soul Lounge, Kubwa, Abuja; Eko Atlantic, Lagos; The Dome, Calabar Municipality and Higi Haga centre, Port Harcourt.
The parks are not just regular as they have been designed to give the fans a much-deserved 360 degree football experience throughout the tournament, so look out for the Kwese fan parks around you, walk into them and witness a football experience that you will remember for years, after all This Is Naija, Where Football Lives!!!!!
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