Nigeria's 2018 FIFA World Cup kits sold out in just 15 minutes

Nigeria's 2018 FIFA World Cup kits sold out in just 15 minutes

Nigeria's 2018 FIFA World Cup kits sold out in just 15 minutes

Nike says the collection's feathered pattern is inspired by the Super Eagles - the Nigerian team that first played in the World Cup in 1994.

After Nike received 3 million pre-orders, Nigeria's World Cup kit was officially released for sale on Friday, June 1. Shorts for these jerseys shall sell at $50 and it is believed that the male home and female away jerseys will sell at the same price points as their alternates.

The new Nigeria home kit to be worn at the World Cup 2018 in Russian Federation was sold out minutes after its release on Friday morning as hundreds of fans queued outside London's NikeTown store in Oxford Street.

The clamour for the new Nigeria World Cup kit was at unprecedented levels before its release this morning, and less than three hours later it was sold out.

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Arsenal's Alex Iwobi (front-right) and Leicester's Wilfred Ndidi (third from right, back row) modelled the kits. London's Nike Town had massive queues outside.

They are only allowed to pick two items from the London store, and many of them were gunning for either the home and away kits, which are priced at $86 (£64).

Fans will have the chance to see the kit today as Nigeria face England in a friendly at Wembley.

According to English tabloid, The Independent, Nike extended the release date earlier this week due to high demand and the jerseys are now unavailable for purchase on the Nike website. 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.

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