The jersey is the second (away) kit recently unveiled by NFF kit sponsors Nike.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria on Tuesday, March 27 for the first time used their second 2018 FIFA World Cup jersey in the friendly game against Serbia.
Nigeria faced Serbia in a friendly at the Hive Stadium in London and used the new pitch green jersey with white and black patterns.
The jersey is the second (away) kit recently unveiled by Nike. the first (home) an all dark-green strip was used in the Friday, March 23 friendly against Poland which the Super Eagles won 1-0.
Nike, the kit sponsor of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) unveiled the jerseys at a ceremony in London, England on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.
Super Eagles players impressed
Apart from Alex Iwobi, Kelechi Iheanacho, Wilfred Ndidi and Mikel John Obi who were available at the unveiling, the rest of the Super Eagles players got to see the new kits when they arrived in camp this international break.
Pulse Sports learnt that they were very impressed with the designs and quality of the strip and believe that it looked better when seen live than in pictures.
Super Eagles midfielder John Ogu described the kits as ‘sick’ when he was asked by Pulse Sports.
The kits were unveiled to wide acclaim and fans have been dying to get their hands on it.
Some fraudsters have however taken advantage of fans’ enthusiasms to start selling some fake jerseys.
The NFF in a tweet have however warned fans that the officials Nike jerseys are yet to be made available for sales describing the products circulating around ‘fake.
“Our new 2018 kit by @Nike are not yet available on sale. As soon as they are, we will let you know,” the NFF said on Twitter.
“Everything currently being advertised and sold now is fake. Support the Super Eagles, buy original.”