Nike have announced the release of England's 2018 World Cup kit, a collection based upon the nation's archetypal colour palette of white, red and blue - blending innovative footballing technology, with modern footballing styling.
The jerseys designed by Nike, feature some designs on the Kit which was worn by the first Nigerian team to qualify for the World Cup in 1994.
Nigeria's away kit has a more traditional design in the well-known dark green colours of the team.
Nike officially unveiled the playing jerseys a ceremony in London.
On the video, Super Eagles stars Mikel Obi, Alex Iwobi, Wilfred Ndidi, and Kelechi Iheanacho were seen checking out the new designs, which also included the ones made for Nigerian fans.
"This is different, you know", Iwobi added, while Iheanacho added saying "you know I love black, so this is ideal". We are also introduced to the athlete journey pieces which we'll likely see our players wear off the pitch.
If World Cup kits are a competition - then Nigeria & Nike have thrown down a flaming hot entry to take the whole comp out in one foul swoop. "They are part of a resoundingly cool culture".
Gernot Rohr's men will wear the shirts for the first time on March 23 when they face Poland in a friendly in Warsaw.
Nigeria are in Group D alongside Argentina, Croatia and Iceland.
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