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Poland Vs Nigeria Friendly, What Date is It, When Will the Match Start? 【TV Guide】

Poland Vs Nigeria
Venue: 42,000 Capacity, Municipal Stadium, Wroclaw
Date: Friday, March 23, 2018
Time: 8.45pm Gmt + (Nigeria time)

Ahead of the pre-World Cup international friendly between Poland and Nigeria in Warsaw on March 23, Nigerian fans in Poland are excited and are expected to be in the stands at the Municipal Stadium Wroclaw as the Nigerian Embassy in Warsaw has started mobilizing Nigerians based in the country to cheer the Super Eagles.

Ticket Prices
Meanwhile, the Polish Football Association has announced the ticket prices for the game:
It will cost Nigerian fans 160 Polish Zloty (equivalent of N17,197.20) to buy a Category A ticket, while Category B and C tickets will cost N12,895.20 and N9,673.20 respectively.

A family ticket ( a carer and an U-12 child) is going for 90 zł or N8,593.20.

 The Municipal Stadium is the third largest stadium in Poland and has a capacity of approximately 42,000.

 It was one of the venues for the 2012 European Championship, and hosted the friendly between Poland and Slovenia November 14, 2016.

TV Broadcast Information
Fans in Nigeria are also eager to see their darling team since after their world cup qualification last year. Nigeria is a difficult group where they are ranked far lower than the other teams in Group D: Argentina 4th, Croatia 13th and Iceland 18th; while Nigeria is place 52nd in the latest Fifa ranking.

Fans are hoping Nigeria will pull surprise and all eager to see how their team players are jelling together.

Kwese TV in partnership with Digital Media Services (DMS) are working to broadcast the match live to Nigerians. In StarTimes 126 or UHF 32,  DMS will broadcast the match live.

Four days after facing Poland, the Super Eagles will tackle Serbia at the Hive Stadium, the tickets for the game will cost at least £18 (approximately N9,000.00) for adults and £10 (N5,000.00) for juniors.

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