Nigeria 2021/22 Kits
Nigeria are one of the most dominant CAF nations in Africa where they last won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations beating Burkina Faso in the final. The nation are most notably known for wearing an all green kit with white trim which are supplied by adidas. The most well known Nigerian footballers in the past decade include Mikel John Obi, Vincent Enyeama, Ahmed Musa, Joseph Yobo, Emmanuel Emenike, Obafemi Martins, Ikechukwu Uche, Joel Obi and Keneth Omeruo.
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Best 2021 Nigeria Kit Deals:
We've looked across all the stores selling Nigeria shirts including Nike, JD Sports, Kitbag, Unisport and adidas at the moment, and as of September these are the best deals we've found across the Mens, Womens, Kids and Authentic kits right now.
2020/21 Nigeria Home Shirt
The Super Eagles would surely be soaring high for their upcoming cups as they would be sporting their new 2020 Home Swoosh jerseys courtesy of Nike.The said football jersey manufactured by the American sportswear giant would be building on the success of the 2018 Naija shirt which was well received by football enthusiasts and casual fans alike.
Much like the Naija shirt, the Home Swoosh jersey certainly represents Nigeria with its predominantly green colour on its wave-like, electrifying design. The updated jersey, much like its predecessor, expertly blends the athletic aesthetics with a street casual look.
Giving the 2020 Super Eagle shirt its own identity is the orientation of the electric current-like design. Instead of going across like in the 2018 kit, the design on the new home shirt is running lengthwise, using varying shades of green to provide distinctions among the waves. On top of that, the gaps between the waves on the side of the shirt up to the sleeves showcase a bolder, darker shade of green punctuated by a brighter one near the shoulder area. The middle part is left with a lighter cream-like shade which enables the kit to showcase the Super Eagles logo in the chest area. The Swoosh is then located right below the team’s logo as if indicating that Nike is giving its stamp of approval.
The icing on the cake for this shirt is the beautifully arranged alternating triangles near the bottom sides which are most certainly derived from the aesthetics of the royalty robes in Nigeria.
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Nike Nigeria 2018 World Cup Home
Nike hand Nigeria sensational home & away shirts for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Nigeria 2016/17 Nike Home & Away
The African nation of Nigeria unveil their all-new Nike home and away shirts for the upcoming Rio Olympics.
Nigeria 2014 World Cup Away Kit
Having released their home shirt this week, Nigeria have officially released their away kit for the 2014 World Cup.
Nigeria World Cup Away Shirt
The Nigerian national football team is one of the six African participants in this summer's World Cup to be held for the first time in the African continent. Nigeria presently
The Super Eagles as the Nigerian football team are often known play in the African World Cup qualifying group. Nigeria's youth teams have historically performed well, they won the 1996 Olympics and the U16 World Championship in 1985 & the U17 World Championship in 1993. Nigeria played their first international football match against Ghana in 1950 losing 1-0. Their biggest win came against Uganda in 1991, scored eight and conceding just one in reply. Whilst in 1955 their worst defeat was against Ghana letting in seven without reply. At the World Cup Nigeria's best display has been making it to the 2nd Round happening in 1994 and 1998. The Super Eagles have appeared in 14 African Nations Cups and have won the competition twice, in 1980 & in 1994.
Rashidi Yekini is a Nigerian footballer who holds the Nigerian record for the most goals scored for the nation with 37 while Joseph Yobo holds the record for the most number of caps with over 100.
The nation is most notably known for producing world class forwards including Yakubu Aiyegbeni, Nwankwo Kanu, Peter Odemwingie, John Utaka, Ikechukwu Uche, Rashidi Yekini and Obafemi Martins.
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