Nigeria's New World Cup Kit Is Here and We're Obsessed
We want one of each, please.
Nigeria's first match against Croatia in the 2018 World Cup isn't until June 16, but their new kits already has us excited to root for the African countries vying to dominate the most anticipated football tournament this summer.
Nike unveiled the Super Eagles' kit Wednesday, and the designs are meant to be a nod to the country's past glory days. The badge was recolored to honor the 1996 Dream Team and the striped design is an ode to Nigeria's 1994 jersey—the first year they participated in the World Cup, High Snobiety says.
The hype around the kits are real, to say the least.
Delighted to announce that Nigeria’s kit for the World Cup is awesome. https://t.co/zVLktAmCVa— ⚽️ is a Country (@⚽️ is a Country)1518020420.0
The Nigeria kit for the World Cup is 🔥@KelechiAFC hook me up 👊🏼 https://t.co/wnPNKskzTw— MR DT © (@MR DT ©)1518019100.0
Nike also partnered with NATIVE Magazine in a stunning editorial highlighting the connection the Nigerian diaspora has to its homeland, featuring Grace Ladoja as the creative director of the campaign. You might also see some more familiar faces in the photos.
Nigeria have the best kit at this year's World Cup, pass it on. https://t.co/bFtG3meVxc— Tobi Oke (@Tobi Oke)1518019808.0
Watch Wilfred Ndidi, Jon Obi Mikel, Alex Iwobi and Kelechi Iheanacho's reactions to the kit below.