Nigeria's Super Eagles have finally landed in Russian Federation ahead of the World Cup, which starts on Thursday.
While most countries will be making do with tracksuits or boring two-piece suits, the Super Eagles will be gabbing about Russian Federation looking like this...
True to their form, the team made a colourful grand entrance to their training base in Russian Federation, donning green and white attire that featured footballs below the collars.
The opinion about the travel outfits were split, there were some that applauded the effort of the indigenous designer.
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9 - Since Rashidi Yekini scored Nigeria's first-ever World Cup goal, against Bulgaria in 1994, occupants of the number 9 jersey have failed to find the target for the Super Eagles in 17 consecutive games at the tournament, a drought totalling 1016 minutes of football.
In fact, we already know that you've had enough of the Nigeria kit hype because, no matter what article, you've filled our comments section and had something to say about it.
A fan who was not impressed with the design condemned the maker of the attire as he said, "Please who designed this for #SuperEagles Its disgusting".
They are the last team in Group D to arrive in Russian Federation for the tournament, with Argentina and Iceland jetting in on Saturday.