Super Eagles unveils new kits for Nigeria’s national football teams
The Nigerian Super Eagles have taken to her verified Twitter page to unveil the new 2020-2022 Nike designed football kits.
The new kits includes new collections of jerseys, shots, socks, training gear, boots and balls supplied by American sports kit manufacturing company, Nike.
It was learnt that the Nigeria 2020 home football shirt will have a bolder design than the previous ones, and would feature a print that can also be seen on the poncho from the collection.
The new patterns covers almost the entirety of the new Nigeria 2020 home shirt and was hand-drawn and has it’s idea from the traditional Nigerian Agbada robes.
The new kits shares some similarity with the new England shirt, the Nike logo and federation badge sit centrally on the chest of country’s home shirt and has “Naija” written on the inside neck as well as the back of the socks
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