Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Here’s Your First Look at The New Super Eagles Home & Away 2024 Kit

Ins1611583053 adef3dfbb35b4218adbf1d17e88acd0e

Nike has unveiled the 2024 home and away kits for Nigeria’s Super Eagles. The home kit, mainly white, showcases green-white-green accents representing the Nigerian flag on the sleeves and shorts, along with a subtle eagle motif and the word “Naija” inscribed.

The away kit retains Nigeria’s traditional green hue and features the Nigerian Football Federation logo prominently. Notably, this marks the first instance in three years that the team will sport white as a primary color for their home jerseys.

Scheduled for March 22, the Super Eagles are set to face Ghana, followed by a match against Mali in Marrakech, Morocco, where they are expected to debut the new attire.

Sign up for the latest fashion inspos and must-read features from Glamcityz, so you don't miss out on the trends.
Written By

Ben Orange, is a stylist and a senior fashion editor at GLAMCITYZ, who covers topics in Fashion, Style, and weddings. With his keen eye for trends, he expertly navigates the dynamic world of fashion, offering invaluable insights and advice to readers. In his leisure time, you'll often find Ben indulging in his love for reading and enjoying the melodies of good music.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *




President¬†Bola¬†Ahmed¬†Tinubu¬†has approved the sum of ‚ā¶70,000 minimum wage for Nigerian workers. This approval was announced during a meeting with the leadership of the Nigeria...

Big Brother Naija

The wait is over Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) has officially announced the premiere date for its highly anticipated 9th season. The show will kick...


Grammy Award winner, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu aka Burna Boy, has taken a swipe at his rival, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido. Two weeks ago,...


In a recent podcast, Odumodublvck sparked controversy by claiming that Tems and Ayra Starr have done more for the Nigerian music industry than Afrobeat...