The unveiling of the Super Eagles' new jersey for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying round has been fixed for February 5 in the United States of America.
Kit manufacturers, Nike, are set to reveal the new designs to be worn by the three-time Africa Cup of Nations winners for the next few years to execute the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying games and may also be used for AFCON 2021 qualifying campaign, which resumes in March.
In 2018, ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Russia, Nigeria, wowed the world when they unveiled the current kit which was eventually voted as the best World Cup kit by fans.
The kits sold out in record time as fans flocked into kit stores to get the beautiful wears which were designed and produced by leading sports kit manufacturer, Nike.
Photos of fans lining up for hours at the Nike store in Oxford Street, London, just to get the chance to pick up a genuine Eagles jersey prior to the Russia 2018 World Cup went viral and NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, anticipates a longer queue for the new Nigerian jersey.
"The design this time around is higher and a beauty to behold and I foresee a longer stretch of line of people in search of Eagles jersey," said Pinnick.