FIFA briefs Flying Eagles on new laws as Nigeria begins final preparations | The Guardian Nigeria News


Nigeria’s U20 boys, Flying Eagles have been fully schooled on best practices and moves and gestures to avoid on-field at the FIFA U20 World Cup finals, which kicks off in Poland tomorrow.
Immediately after the FIFA arrival meeting, traditionally held to welcome participating teams to the FIFA World Cup, FIFA referee instructor, Jerome Damon took the players and officials on the new laws of the game, which would hold sway at the finals.Damon, a South African, is a former FIFA referee.
Following their arrival in Poland on Sunday and the first training on Monday, concentration is now fully on Nigeria’s opening match of Group D against Qatar at the 15,300–capacity Tychy Stadium in the Slask region of Poland on Friday.
Described as one of the most beautiful sports facilities in the Slask region and home to first division club, GKS Tychy, the Tychy Stadium was one of the six venues that hosted the UEFA European U21 Championship in 2017. It was opened in July 2015.
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Source: Guardian Newspaper