Eggheads of the Super Soccer Federation of Nigeria on Friday at the Nigeria Institute for Sports, NIS, organised seminar for coaches in Lagos to keep them abreast of the rules guiding the sports.
The seminar, which was anchored by the initiator and International President, Super Soccer, Eric Iheanacho Asomugha, took the coaches through the drills and rules of the game.
Asomugha said Super Soccer is an independent body that has been in existence in countries like Egypt long before now.
The former CAF official said Super Soccer is an alternative to the traditional soccer and he strongly believes that the game would become great and acceptable very soon.
“One of my main objectives is for Super Soccer to have a big presence in the United States and Africa,” Asomugha said.
Some of the coaches are expected to go for further training in Egypt and the United Stated later.
Unlike the traditional football that features 11 players, Super Soccer features nine players and a goalkeeper, with four referees.
Super Soccer was first test-run in Lagos last month at the Legacy Pitch of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.