Nigeria vs Cameroon – Where and how to watch the Olympic Qualifiers

Nigeria welcome Cameroon for the second leg of the CAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament after playing out a goalless draw in Douala on Friday.

The Super Falcons will host the Indomitable Lionesses at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium in Abuja on Monday, February 26.

The last time the the two countries settled for a draw was at the 2018 Women’s Africa Cup of Nations while Nigeria’s last win was at the quarter-final of the 2022 WAFCON and Cameroon’s last victory against the nine-time African champions was in 2015.

Where to watch the Nigeria vs Cameroon game?

Afrosport TV will show the second leg of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games qualifiers between Nigeria and Cameroon to millions of households across Nigeria from 4 PM (West African Time) on Monday, February 26.

You can watch the match LIVE on Afrosport TV, Channel 730 on Free TV and you can stream for FREE online via VIDIVU TV.

The Afrosport TV will also stream the match on their Facebook page.


What is at stake in the Nigeria vs Cameroon match?

The ticket to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games is at stake in the all-important encounter between Nigeria and Cameroon.

The world football governing body, FIFA allocated just two tickets to the Confederation of African Football (CAF) for the women’s football event at the Paris 2024 Olympics.

The winner of the match between Nigeria and Cameroon will take on the winner of the fixture between Tanzania and South Africa in the fourth and final qualifying round.

The other ticket is up for grabs between the winner of Ghana vs Zambia and Tunisia vs Morocco.


Nigeria and Cameroon at the Olympics

The Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon have only made an appearance at the Olympics which came in 2012 but they failed to advance beyond the group stage as they lost all their matches in the tournament.

The Super Falcons, however, have made three appearances in the women’s football event at the Olympics – 2000, 2004 and 2008.

They have missed the last three editions (2012, 2016 and 2020) and their best finish at the Olympics was in Athens 2004 when they reached the quarter-final stage.

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