The Nigeria national team have arrived the venue of the 20th edition of the world’s biggest football showpiece
The Super Eagles arrived Brazil on Wednesday morning as they get set to make their fifth appearance at the Fifa World Cup.
The team led by coach Stephen Keshi left Miami where they faced the United States of America in their last pre-World Cup friendly and after a flight about nine hours landed in the South American country.
On arrival, the team was received by a team of Nigerian Embassy officials led by Salau Bello, who expressed his delight at their safe arrival and admonished them to make the country proud.
After a little wait at the Sao Paulo International Airport, the Eagles drove to Campinas to start their preparation to face Iran (16 June), Bosnia-Herzegovina (21 June) and Argentina (25 June) at Estadio Brinco de Ouro da Princesa Team Base Camp.