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ALL STADIUMS IN NIGERIA
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1. Abuja National Stadium
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Abuja National Stadium: Opened in 2000 Now, it is the home of Nigeria National teams.

Capacity: 60,491 all seater with Presidential suite and viewing area.

Field: Well maintained grass turf with two electronic scoreboard and floodlights

2. Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium Enugu: 

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Opened 1959 and previously owned by Nigeria Railway Corporation, but upgraded in 1986. The stadium has host FIFA U20 world championship 1999. Now, It is home of Rangers International FC

Capacity: 22, 000 people with a VIP viewing area

Field: Artificial Turf with video matrix scoreboard and floodlights.

3. Obafemi Awolowo Stadium, Ibadan: 

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Opened 1960 and formerly called Liberty stadium, but renamed in 2010 by President Good luck Jonathan. The stadium host FIFA world Youth Championship 1999. Sometimes, Shooting Stars FC (3SC) play their game in the stadium, but are more at home in Adamasingba stadium.

Capacity: 35, 000 people with VIP viewing area 

Field: Well maintained grass turf and a digital scoreboard

4. Enyimba International Stadium Aba: 
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Opened 1992, formerly called Aba township stadium, but was renamed in 2002 as an honor to the club when they won CAF champions League in 2002. The stadium has hosted CAF Champion league finals.

Capacity: 25, 000 people with VIP viewing area. 

Field: Well maintained grass turf, an electronic scoreboard and floodlights

5. Liberation Stadium, Port Harcourt:
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Opened 2001. Has hosted FIFA U17 world tournament 2009 and CAF champions League 2010. Now home of Dolphin FC

Capacity: 25, 000 all seater and a VIP viewing area. 

Field: Well maintained grass turf, electronic scoreboard and floodlights

6.Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos:
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Opened 2007 and named after the famous professional footballer from Lagos “Thunder Balogun.” The stadium has hosted FIFA U17 World tournament 2009 and FA cup finals 2011. Now home of First Bank FC.

Capacity: 24, 325 with FIFA grade seats (All Seater).

Field: Artificial turf with digital scoreboard
nd media center.

7. UJ Esuene Stadium, Calabar: 
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Opened 1977 as a 25, 000 capacity stadium, but was in 1999 reduced to 18, 000 capacity to meet FIFA standard. It has hosted FIFA graded games more than any stadium in Nigeria. Now home of Calabar Rovers FC.

Field: Well maintained grass turf with ultra modern video matrix scoreboard and floodlights.

8. Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano: 
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Opened 1982 and has hosted FIFA U17 World tournament 2009. Now home of Kano Pillars FC.

Capacity: 18, 000 people (All seater) with VIP viewing area

Field: Well maintained grass turf with digital scoreboard

9. Abubarka Tafawa Balewa Stadium, Bauchi: 
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Opened 1985 and has hosted FIFA U17 World Tournament 2009. Now home of Wiki Tourist FC.

Capacity: 15, 000 people with a VIP viewing area.

Field: Well maintained grass turf with electronic scoreboard and floodlights

10. Former National Stadium Surulere, Lagos: 
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Opened 1972 and rebuilt 1999, but was later closed down in 2004. In spite of it’s dilapidation, the stadium remain one great edifice that canmeet FIFA standard with just a little renovations. Now home to Hoodlums and squatters.

Capacity: 55, 000 people with VIP viewing area.

Field: Grass 

11.Akwaibom stadium.

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The Godswill Akpabio International Stadium is an all-seater national sports stadium located in Uyo, the state capital of Akwa Ibom. 

Capacity: 30,000

Opened: 7 November 2014

Construction cost: 96 million USD

Team: Akwaibom united fc

Surface: Grass

Others include

12. Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium
City: Port Harcourt
Capacity: 38,000 people

12.Jos International Stadium
City: Jos
Capacity: 44,000 people

13.karkanda Stadium 
City: Kastina
Capacity: 35,000 people

14. Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium
City: Benin City
Capacity: 30,000 people

15. Confluence Stadium
City: Lokoja
Capacity: 20,000 people

15. Dipo Dina Stadium
City: Ijebu Ode
Capacity: 20,000 people

Abuja national stadium is the biggest stadium in Nigeria while Akwaibom stadium is the most beautiful stadium in Nigeria.
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