Super Eagles To Debut New Jerseys For Russia World Cup

Walker and Stones the Manchester City defenders model the new England change strip

England have launched their new home and away kits ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

Not too dissimilar to previous strip's, England's home and away kit revert to the traditional all white and all red, with subtle changes introduced.

The away shirt is closer in resemblance to their more recent shirts with an all-over dark green design.

According to Goal, the jerseys feature the home kits that pay tribute to the 1994 squad which they wore during the U.S. '94 World Cup qualifiers.

In the video we see captain Jon Mikel Obi, Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi and Kelechi Iheanacho admire the jerseys.

Nigeria are in Group D alongside Argentina, Croatia and Iceland.

England have unleashed their new kit which will they will hope inspire them to World Cup glory in Russian Federation this summer.

The kits ignites memory of the patterned Adidas jersey that the Super Eagles wore at the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia and their first World Cup in the United States of America that same year.

"I can see the players going insane over this one", Mikel said.

Former Eagles player, Mutiu Adepoju, added his voice to the new design by saying: "It is a yes, yes for me".



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