Nigeria to participate in the forthcoming World Speedball Championship to be hosted in Tunisia

The Nigeria Speedball Federation President, Blessing Akinlosotu has confirmed that Nigeria Delegations will participate in the forthcoming World Speedball Championship slated to hold in Tunisia during the period from 27 August to 1 September 2021.

He stated this in his office in Abuja during a media briefing. The President used the opportunity to inform the media that the Nigeria Speedball Federation will be setting up a technical and planning committee for the proper incorporation of the Nigeria Team into the World Championship in March.

He urged those interested in Speedball Sports to get across to the National Secretariat for proper integration.

He further reviewed that the International Speedball Federation will soon send delegations to Nigeria for proper training and development of Speedball in the Country.

“The International Speedball Federation will be sending a technical team comprised of Coaches and Technical Crew for proper training of some of our technical crew for better impact into the players.

“We are calling for proper sponsorship from well-meaning Sports Enthusiast for the development of Speedball in Nigeria”, he added.

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