The Nigerian Football Federation revealed that the Super Eagles' kit has received over three million pre-orders.
There have been long queues at shops in London for the shirt which is inspired from the Nigeria strip worn at the 1994 World Cup in the United States. 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.More news: Tesla 'quite likely' to meet Model 3 goal; Musk remains chairman
Nigeria is expected to debut the in-demand kit in their friendly against England on Saturday evening at Wembley as they continue to prepare for the World Cup.
Click through the gallery above to see the World Cup kits of the teams in Groups A to D.
The kit went on sale in Nigeria on May 29 and hit the stores in other countries on June 1.More news: Giuliani says Mueller's investigators trying to frame Trump
Nigeria's "Naija" kit has been a pop culture phenomenon since Nike released the design in February and began accepting preorders. They also claimed there are now no plans to restock the collection, which will only make the much-sought-after pieces all the more valuable.
The away kit is also sold out, along with the training kit, which has a similar design to the home kit, two different types of training jackets and floral joggers.
Nigeria are grouped alongside Argentina, Iceland and Croatia for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.More news: SpaceX delays plans to send tourists around Moon, says report
"It is good to see Nigeria on the world stage".
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