This development has been admired by all to be implemented before now, and behold, it’s now a dream come true for NPFL fans. With the help and support of the current League Management Committee (LMC) board that is led by Shehu Dikko, At last this dream became actualized, in other words, the committee involved in achieving this development took the bold step in making it possible for all to stream the Nigeria Professional Football League matches Globally. Do you use airtel network, see how to get Airtel Weekend Plan, that goes for 1GB for just N100, and How to Also Get 7GB for just N700, I thought of you benefiting from this.
Do you know what, this development will as well serve as a source of income to league and also encourage more great potential investors.
As it stands, anyone can stream all NPFL matches live from any internet enabled smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop PC, in whichever country you are around the globe.
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According to LMC-NPFL official website:
“LMC would be testing the Live Streaming of NPFL matches to global audience with two matches to be streamed on the Match Day 6 fixtures on Sunday, February 5 from 4pm Nigerian time”.
The matches are that in Nnewi between FC Ifeanyi Ubah and Rangers International FC and the match at the Sani Abacha Stadium between Kano Pillars and ABS FC.
Now, in order to stream Nigerian League Football Matches, just visit their site at https://www.urlivestream.com and log on. For test Streaming, it is Free and also the Registration has open for all.
The innovative League Management Company (LMC) with its strategy, is looking forward to reach global audience when it comes to live streaming games concerning Nigeria. So the development at hand is a medium in exporting Nigeria’s brand of football to other countries outside Africa as a whole.