That world governing football body, Fédération Internationale de Football Association, FIFA, has said that the Super Eagles of Nigeria, will receive a price gift of €12.2m (₦5.6bn), if they beat Ghana to qualify for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
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This is coming after the football governing body increased the qualifying bonus from €10m to €12.2m to help teams that qualify for the tournament to prepare well.
In 2018 when Nigeria qualified for the world cup which was hosted by Russia, the Super Eagles were paid €10m from FIFA, but with the increase, they’re set to receive €12.2m
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If Super Eagles beat the Black Stars of Ghana on Friday, it will mark their 7th time of qualifying for the worldcup consecutively.
The Super Eagles are already in Ghana, preparing for the first leg which will be played at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday (today) March 25, while the second leg holds 4days later in Abuja on Tuesday March 29.