Super Eagles’ 2018 Home Attire Voted 5th Best All-Time Iconic Football Shirt

Super Eagles’ 2018 Home Attire Voted 5th Best All-Time Iconic Football Shirt

Nigeria’s home shirt at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia has been voted the fifth best in the top 20 all-time iconic football shirts, completesports.com reports.

This was made known after the final result of fans votes published on BBC sports website on Thursday.


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The Super Eagles took the world by storm with the release of the new shirt prior to the 2018 World Cup.

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Fans queued for hours outside Nike’s flagship store in London to get their hands on one, and with three million pre-orders of the replica shirts, they sold almost immediately after they were released.

The Super Eagles only wore the kit once at the World Cup which was in their second group game against Iceland which they won 2-0.

They also wore it at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt where they finished third.

At number one is Brazil’s kit worn at the Mexico 1970 FIFA World Cup which they won.

The kit worn by Euro 1988 champions the Netherlands is at number two, Germany’s 1990 World Cup winning kit is at number three while at number four is England’s 1966 kit.

Top 20 All-Time Iconic Football Shirts:

1.Brazil 1970

2.Netherlands 1988

3. West Germany 1990

4. England 1966

5. Nigeria 2018

6. Celtic 1967

7. Arsenal 1991

8. Liverpool 1984

9. Ajax 1971

10. Man Utd 1990

11. England 1990

12. Chelsea 1970

13. Denmark 1986

14. Boca Juniors 1981

15. England women 2019

16. Cameroon 2002

17. Barcelona 1997

18. Colombia 1990

19. Belgium 1984

20. Mexico 1978

By James Agberebi 

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