Nike unveils Super Eagles kits for 2018 World Cup



Nike, on Wednesday unveiled the kits Nigeria will wear at this year’s World Cup in Russia.

The sportwear giants drew inspiration from he Super Eagles jersey to the 1995 King Fahd Cup – now known as FIFA Confederations Cup.

The jerseys were launched at a ceremony in London, England.

Captain John Mikel Obi, Alex Iwobi and Kelechi Iheanacho all modelled the new kits.

Nigeria is expected to wear them for the five friendly games they will play ahead of the World Cup.

The Eagles are scheduled to play Poland, Serbia, Democratic Republic of Congo, England and Czech Republic before the tournament.

Nigeria will face Croatia, Iceland and Argentina in Group D at the mundial.





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