A taste of the 2010 FIFA World Cup will come to the Boleyn Ground on Sunday 30 May when Nigeria take on Colombia in a warm-up match for the finals.
The African nation will meet their South American counterparts for a 7pm fixture and then depart for South Africa. Nigeria, managed by Lars Lagerback, will head to London after a friendly with Saudi Arabia in Austria on 25 May.
After their date in east London, the Super Eagles will travel to South Africa for a last friendly against North Korea on 4 June. Their Group B campaign will see them take on Argentina on Saturday 12 June, Greece on Wednesday 17 June and the Korean Republic on Tuesday 22 June.
Nigeria - who boast the likes of John Mikel Obi, Obafemi Martins and Yakubu Ayegbeni in their ranks - will head for Europe later this week after a farewell presidential dinner in the capital Abuja on Thursday.
Colombia missed out on qualification for the FIFA World Cup after finishing seventh in the ten-team CONMEBOL qualification programme. Their squad could include Atletico Madrid centre-back Luis Perea, Wigan Athletic striker Hugo Rodallega and the prolific Porto forward Falcao.
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