Nigeria's kit sold out minutes after release

Nigeria's kit sold out minutes after release

Nigeria's kit sold out minutes after release

The kit was priced at £64.95.

Nigeria's World Cup jersey has been praised by football fans across the world since its release and today it finally launched. London's Nike Town had massive queues outside.

Shirt maker Nike received a staggering 3 million orders for the shirts before they even hit the shops, generating an incredible $255 million in profits for the company.

Nigeria's official home kit for the 2018 World Cup has sold out worldwide just minutes after being released.

Arsenal's Alex Iwobi is among the players who modelled the kit, which was first revealed back in February, along with Leicester's Wilfried Ndidi, who wore a branded bucket hat and jacket for the promotional photos.

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The Nigeria 2018 World Cup home kit introduces an exciting, dynamic and stand-out design to balance out the relatively understated away jersey which is a plain forest green colour with lighter accents.

The striped jersey and the training kit are now unavailable to buy on the Nike website.

Nigeria's "underdog" football squad need to play together and not as individuals, captain John Mikel Obi said, with the team acknowledging they face a tough group stage at the World Cup in Russian Federation next month. Some of our favourite celebrities including Tiwa Savage, Tobi Bakre, Noble Igwe, Adesua Etomi and Ebuka were spotted wearing their piece of World Cup history.

The kit is now unavailable for sale on the Nike website, and Nike has said there are now no plans to restock. The Super Eagles will line up in Group D along with Croatia, Iceland and Argentina.

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