NLO Super 8 gets date

October, 6 2021.

The most anticipated Nationwide League One Super 8 have been fixed to go down between 18th and 22nd of October 2021. can report

Having emerged Champions of their various centres in the playoffs, Ottasolo FC of Lagos, Udala FC of Anambra state, Ijebu United of Ogun state, Destiny Boys of Lagos state, Campus FC of Owerri, Imo state, JM Liberty of Makurdi, Benue state, Doma Fc of Gombe and Junior Damburam Fc of Katsina are the eight teams that will compete in the NLO Super 8

According to report, Remo Stars Stadium in Ikene, Ogun State will host the NLO Super 8.

The promising tournament, will have eight promoted clubs from the Nationwide League One (NLO) to the Nigeria National League (NNL) compete to know the overall champions of the 2020/2021 NLO season.

The NLO chairman, Mohmmed Alkali who spoke to the media revealed that the tournament will never lack any dull moment, while noteing that all the teams participating in the NLO Super 8 are champions, therefore football stakeholders and fans should look forward to sublime football at the tournament.

“We are glad to let Nigerians know that the NLO Super 8 is scheduled to take place at Remo stars stadium from 18th – 22nd October and we expects all the participating teams to give a good account of themselves,” Alkali said.

“All the teams are champions. So, the tournament is a gathering of champions and when champions play one another, you definitely expect to see great football on display,” he added.

The NFF board member went further to commend the efforts of the management of Optimal Energy Resources Limited for securing partnership with NLO to power the Super 8 tournament, as he admonished other corporate bodies to take the football mileage in NLO, with over 300 clubs and invest in the league.

“I deeply appreciate the management of Optimal Energy Resources Limited for partnering with NLO to breath life to the tournament and hopefully the tournament will flourish with so many good things to cheer for the fans and stakeholders.

“I hope more Nigerian companies can follow the footsteps of Optimal Energy Resources in moving the league forward at the grassroot of football in Nigeria,” The Chairman concluded

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