Down the years, football has been gradually introduced into the academia at different levels and it has succeeded in producing graduates with footballing prowess. Right here in Nigeria, virtually all higher institutions have football teams that occasionally face off against each other in various competitions. However there has been some Universities whose football teams have proven to be indeed amongst the best in the land. They have the best crop of players, good football facilities, and most importantly, they’ve
University of Maiduguri(UNIMAID) defeat their opponent, Bayero University Kano(BUK) in the ongoing Higher Institution Football League (HIFL). HIFL is a league organized for higher institutions. This is a bid to unify the schools not only in academics but in another aspect as a sport.
You don’t get to see a 18-year old playing Professional Football everyday, in a league like the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), especially with a great club like Kano Pillars. David Ebuka Odenigbo was the breakout star of the first edition of Higher Institution Football League (HIFL) in 2018, winning the top scorer and most valuable player award. He revealed how he struggled after secondary school days, to make a name for himself. BEGINNING “I started playing football in primary sch
Adams Jesse, Nigeria Nigerian Universities have been advised to stay off the Higher Institution Football League (HiFL) who's fixtures is in circulation on all social media platforms.Green White Green Sports Center LTD (GWG) who acquired HISL/HiFL under the trade marks act (Cap 436 laws of the Federation of Nigeria 1990) came out to fume against some of the fixtures been shared on online platforms.