Nigeria has been reinstated by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) following a short period of non-compliance, it has been announced.
Sixteen countries have registered for taekwondo's Nigeria Open, it has been confirmed.
A reformed Nigeria Rugby League Association (NRLA) has become an observer member of the Rugby League European Federation (RLEF).
Nigeria's first ever national curling event is set to be held in the country with a secondary school curling championships taking place in April next year.
New Zealand won the final of the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) Women's Nations Cup today to qualify for the FIFA Women's World next June in France.
South Africa and Nigeria will contest the final in the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday (December 1) after beating Mali and Cameroon respectively in today’s semi-finals in Ghana.
Nigeria has been declared non-compliant by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Executive Committee, it was announced here today.
Nigeria and Burkina Faso won the respective men’s and women’s finals as the inaugural Africa Floorball Cup concluded in Abidjan in Ivory Coast today.
The Nigerian Taekwondo Federation (NTF) has agreed a deal with the South Korean Embassy in the country to host a major competition.
FIFA has warned that Ghana and Nigeria could be suspended later this month after the global governing body gave each of their respective Football Associations a deadline to resolve their ongoing governance issues.
Nigeria's national junior taekwondo coach Jamilu Mohammed has highlighted the importance of national youth tournaments to discover new athletes.
Caster Semenya, South Africa’s world and Olympic 800 metres champion, broke the 18-year-old national record as she took gold in the 400m on the third day of the ill-fated 21st African Athletics Championships in Asaba in Nigeria.
Amaju Pinnick has been restored as President of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) in a move likely to fend off the threat of a ban from FIFA.
Nigerian Taekwondo Federation President Margaret Binga has thanked the country's young athletes who took part at the ongoing African Youth Games.
Nigeria have announced their official proposal to stage the 2022 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Abuja, having welcomed officials from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).