Ibrahim Babaginda International Golf and Country Club
It was the early 1980's and Abuja had recently been made the capital city. Officers were making constant trips to Lagos to play golf. In a bid to stop these short trips, the idea of a standard golf course where officers could enjoy their game was birthed and thus it came to be that the Ibrahim Babaginda golf course was formed. Since then, it has grown to be a prestigious tourist and recreational center in the capital city.
Abuja National Stadium
Abuja is where the major acitivities in the country occurs and so the national stadium is the numero uno of football activities in Nigeria. Want to see local stars and foreign players battle on the pitch for your pleasure? Grab a buddy and come have a revelrous time!
Harrow Park Golf Club (Members Only)
This ultra high-end lifestyle private club is a business, social and dining club that aims to be the very heart of Nigeria's current and future professional, political and business life.
1212 Polo and Turf, Abuja
The first of its kind in Nigeria’s capital, Twelve Twelve was borne out of a desire to bring the beautiful game of Polo and the exhilaration of horse riding to thrill seekers in the booming metropolis of the FCT, and aims to be the benchmark in Polo and Turf sports in the country.
Old Parade Ground
A stadium used to host rallies and concerts, Old Parade Ground has the capacity to accommodate about 5,000 people. It is some times used for football matches and it is the home stadium of various teams in the Abuja, including Abuja F.C. and Court of Appeal.
Guards Polo Club
Here one can relax, watch or play Polo games. The club attracts polo players and spectators alike. It hosts various tournaments all year long, with regular competitions with other polo clubs around the country.
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