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AFCON 2023: See how much it will cost to watch Nigeria live in the group stage

CAF have released an online ticketing platform, and the prices for the tickets are pretty affordable 

The Super Eagles begin their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations campaign on January 14. Led by coach Jose Peseiro, they will be looking to claim a fourth title in Ivory Coast.

Ahead of the competition, the Confederation of African Football opened an online platform for the sale of tickets. Many Nigerian fans will be looking to cheer the players on in Cameroon and be part of the success story.

As such, Soccernet.ng looks at Nigeria’s games in the group stage and provides details about the stadium and the price of the tickets.

Nigeria vs Equatorial Guinea: Stade Olympique Alassane Ouattara

This stadium is the largest in Ivory Coast, with a 60,000-person capacity. It is one of the most modern stadiums in the country and is home to the Elephants of Ivory Coast. Nigeria will slug it out with Equatorial Guinea in this stadium, and it will cost $4.83–$16.12 (NGN5,500–NGN23,000) to watch the game on January 14.

Ivory Coast Vs Nigeria: Stade Olympique Alassane Ouattara

As stated earlier, this stadium is home to Cote d’Ivoire, the hosts. However, tickets for this game are not available.

Guinea-Bissau Vs Nigeria: Stade Felix Houphouet-Boigny

The Stade Felix Houphouet-Boigny is a 33,000-capacity stadium in Abidjan. It is the home of the Ivory Coast giants, ASEC Mimosas.

Fans who want to watch this game between Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria will buy a ticket, which makes them eligible to watch the game between Cape Verde and Egypt. Tickets will also cost $4.83–$16.12 (NGN5,500–NGN23,000).

The prices of tickets vary according to the position of the seats.

This post was last modified on December 30, 2023 8:19 pm

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