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QATAR 2022

Nigeria vs Liberia: how and where to watch - times, TV, online

Nigeria and Liberia start their Road to Qatar Group C activity at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria with a 18:00 CEST/12:00 ET start.


Nigeria and Liberia open their Group C campaign in a West African derby on Friday evening in Surulere, Lagos as both nations look for top spot in the group that would secure their ticket to the final round of the CAF qualification process for the 2022 Qatar World Cup next year.

The other sides in Group C, Central African Republic and Cape Verde opened proceedings with a 1-1 draw this week with the Super Eagles very much the favourites to advance.

CAF tickets to Qatar

Five African nations will participate at the 2022 World Cup and ten second round group winners will progress to a home-away play-off with the five victors set to head to the Middle East next November.

FIFA rankings

Despite dropping in the August’s FIFA ranking, Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles are 34th in the latest world ranking with Peter Butler’s Lone Star men well down the pecking order at 150th and will be expected to offer too much for their West African neighbours with Nigeria on a 24 game unbeaten run on home territory.

What time does Nigeria vs Liberia kick-off?

The 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifying game between Nigeria-Liberia will be staged at the Teslim Balogun Stadium (Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria) with 5,000 fans set to be allowed to watch. Kick off is 17:00 (local time).

US ET: 12:00

US PT: 09:00

CEST: 18:00

For everywhere else in the world, you can check here to see what time the Nigeria-Liberia match gets underway.

Where can I watch Nigeria-Liberia?

If the Nigeria-Liberia qualifier is available in your country, you can check here to see what channels or platforms will be showing the game.

United States/global: NFF TV, FIFA You Tube

Is the Nigeria-Liberia game available online?

The World Cup qualifier is available in most nations through the rights holders' online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the game in your country and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.

Nigeria-Liberia live with AS English

You can also follow our live text commentary here on AS English. We will be building up to the match an hour or so from kick-off before giving you a minute-by-minute account from Lagos as the action unfolds.


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