Portuguese referee, Luis Godinho will be at the centre when the Super Eagles take on Saudi Arabia in a friendly at the Estádio Municipal de Portimão next week Friday.
Godinho will be assisted by compatriots Bruno Jesus (assistant referee 1), Tiago Costa (assistant referee 2) and Miguel Noguera (fourth official).
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Also appointed are Helder Carvalho to head the situation in the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) room, to be assisted by Bruno Vieira.
It will be the second-ever meeting between the Super Eagles and the Greens.
The first meeting ended in a 0-0 draw at he Alpenstadion in Wattens, Austria on 25th May 2010.
The Super Eagles have another friendly lined up against the Mambas of Mozambique on October 16.
The two friendlies will help prepare the team for their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying fixtures against Lesotho and Zimbabwe next month.