In 2018, Naija changed the game with a collection for the ages that set a new standard for how Nike approaches federation design.

In 2020, Nigeria picks up right where they left off with a home kit that fuses the traditional aesthetic of an agbada robe with modern football design.

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The kit’s pattern was hand drawn and is highly symbolic of Nigerian heritage with nods to nobility and family. Nigeria’s crest is placed centrally on the chest with a Swoosh underneath it. The player names and numbers integrate the eagle feather into the application. “Naija” appears inside the neck of jersey and on the back of the socks in a new typeface.

The away kit is inspired by Onaism, a traditional artistic movement central to Nigerian design and craft represented in the trim details. An eagle feather aesthetic, creatively distorted, continuously repeats in ascending size to create a visual impact. The collar has a slight V overlap with a thicker overlap in the back. Both the collar and the sleeves feature a slight nick at the mid-point.

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Comments (4)

  1. Aarone


  1. Akin

Away Kit ??
Home Kit ??

  1. Bob24

These are both very good, especially the away, and are a far cry from the teamwear template stuff that Nigeria used to get up until very recently. Nike have discovered a huge market for Nigeria merch and are tapping into it in the right way by creating modern designs that hark back to Nigerian tradition.

  1. Kwame

No-one actually in Nigeria will be able to afford these, so who are Nike making them for?

Yup, silly little white boys in who think they are cool & hip because they got daddy to spend £65 on an African nation shirt for them.

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