Saturday, 15 February 2014

Super Eagles To Launch 2014 World Cup Jersey Against Mexico

Nigeria’s Football national team, Super
Eagles will launch their new 2014 World Cup
jersey when they play Mexico in an
International friendly on March 5 in Atlanta.
Kit suppliers, Adidas revealed the new design
on Friday.
According to the sportswear giants, the new
home kit “departs from the traditional racing
green to an exciting and striking lighter
variant, reflecting a fresh, young and vibrant
Super Eagles team that carries the hopes of a
proud Nigerian nation”.
The brighter, colourful mood of the home
jersey also adds a festive and optimistic
Brazilian flavour. The most notable design
detail on the jersey is the addition of a
bridge-like band set across the shoulders,
which enhances the jersey’s iconic look with
additional detail.
“We are very proud to once again partner
with adidas to produce a home jersey that
reflects youth, spontaneity and freshness.
It will not only appeal to the Super Eagles
but their fans across the globe. We are
delighted with the design as it reflects
innovation yet incorporating an element
of fun,” the NFF president, Aminu
Maigari revealed.
“We are happy though that while the
jersey has a new look, it’s green side
panels tie the new kit to its’ historic
darker green tradition.”
The away jersey’s bold, provocative and
unexpected use of red The away jersey’s
bold, provocative and unexpected use of red
names in the name and number treatment,
brings an element of aggression to the white
jersey. The red is a direct reflection of the
colour bordering the Super Eagles’ crest.

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