About TNFF

The Nigeria Football Fund (TNFF) is an open ended SEC-Registered Unit Trust/Mutual Fund with an initial public offering to raise N5,000,000,000, through the issuance of 5,000,000,000 units at N1.00 per Unit..

How To Invest

Simply visit GTI Asset Management & Trust Limited or its website or through any authorized stockbroker or bank to complete the Application Form and submit with evidence of payment, which could be bank lodgements, crossed cheque or transfers (CASH PAYMENT IS NOT ALLOWED), and we will contact you.

Objectives of The Fund

The Nigeria Football Fund (TNFF) seeks to build a “Football Economy” within the Nigeria sports ecosystem. The fund is packaged to provide sustainable solutions bedevilling the development of Nigeria football.

Features of The Fund

The TNFF is unique from other existing funds in the market because of the following features: Blue Ocean Strategy, Commitment to solving a major national challenge, Guarantees financial rewards for passion.

Benefits of The Fund

The primary objective of TNFF is to build a “Football Economy” and facilitate the development of football, especially at the Nigeria Professional League. The Fund will be managed to deliver the following.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Nigeria Football Fund?

The Nigeria Football Fund (TNFF) is an open-ended SEC-registered unit trust (“Fund”) that allows ease of entry and exit by investors. The Fund seeks to build a “Football Economy” within the Nigeria sports ecosystem. TNF-Fund is packaged to provide sustainable solutions to the challenges hindering the growth and advancement of football in Nigeria by focusing on the development of the Nigeria Professional Premier League Clubs.

How many units are being offered?

The Fund Manager is offering 5,000,000,000 units at N1.00 per unit.

What is the Issue Price?

The issue price is N1.00 per unit. This price will be constant throughout the offer period.

How much can I invest in the fund?

The minimum initial investment for the offer is N100,000 (i.e. 100,000 units at N1.00 each) while additional investments shall be a minimum of N100,000 (100,000 units at N1.00) thereafter.