The project was already making impact, the football body said in a statement reaching Xinhua, adding that the Super Eagles are now active on the social media and have official presence on Google and YouTube.
The project would serve as publicity platform for the team’s international players, the NFA said.
“Launching of a landing page on Google+, which is also connected to YouTube Channel, will in the medium and long term serve as a principal publicity platform for our international players,” the association added.
“The platform is really meant for our players in the Super Eagles and other national teams to follow their supporters on their feelings and comments, It will also help with the media campaign at major championships,” he said.
Nigeria will qualify for the knock-out phase of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers with a draw against Malawi in the port city of Calabar as they lead Group F on nine points.