A Nigerian club is expected to tour the country for two weeks.
The club known as Abbeyfootball is expected to arrive later this week.
Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar said they had received correspondence from the Nigerian club.
He said they had sent invitations out to the district associations that wanted to play the visitors.
"First of all we have to see the team arrive into the country," Kumar said.
"They have stated that they will be bringing in some professional players. To date no district team has responded to the invite to play them.
"The Nigerians will be staying in the Western Division so the districts participating in the Pacific Cup in New Zealand may want to have warm-up fixtures."
Ba, Lautoka, Labasa and Nadi will feature in the Pacific Cup which will be held in New Zealand next month.
Meanwhile, the date for promotion/relegation is yet to be confirmed by the Fiji FA. Tailevu Naitasiri will face Tavua in the home and away series.
Tavua was relegated to the bottom place in the super premier division after losing a protest. The Tavua Football Association has filed for an arbitration disputing the decision.