Nigeria will take part in a series of friendly warm-ups lined up ahead of the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
The African champions will play Greece in the United States of America on June 3.
The ‘Road to Brazil’ series, organised by the Major League Soccer (MLS) will feature eight teams, including World Cup-bound champions Spain, the Super Eagles’ Group F opponents, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ivory Coast and Honduras.
The warm-up series, which will be played across North America before the World Cup finals, begins on May 27 through to June 10.
MLS says it will announce details of matches and venues at a later date.
Meanwhile, the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) has also announced that the US national team will face the Super Eagles in an international friendly match scheduled for June 7 in Florida.
The US Soccer is currently planning a three-match World Cup send-off that could have them line-up against Serbia/Sweden/Turkey according to ESPNFC.