Nike Releases England 2018 World Cup Kit

Lawrence Cooper
February 8, 2018

The kits had some similarities with the jerseys Nigeria wore at their World Cup debut in 1994 in the United States of America.

The England football team's new kit has been revealed - and it's fair to say people are generally pretty pleased.

The ceremony featured a couple of Super Eagles stars, among which includes captain John Obi Mikel, Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi, and Kelechi Iheanacho.

While reviewing the designs, Mikel said: "I can see the players going insane over this one".

What appears to be the away kit has the shirt in predominantly light green background with bold white V-shaped patterns drawn on it.

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"This is different, you know", Iwobi added, somewhat diplomatically, while Ndidi was a little more enthusiastic, claiming he just "couldn't wait" to get the kit on in Russian Federation this summer.

"When football is on, everything stops". They root the kit in history, and when married to Nike's latest game-changing kit innovation, fast-forward tradition into an emboldened present. We built this kit and collection based on the players' full identities. "They are part of a resoundingly cool culture".

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

The away kit is once again rendered in traditional red, with subtle two-tone stripes that Nike claim "evoke speed" and "reflect the youthful wave of talent" presently flooding the England set-up. They are expected to wear the jersey for the first time when they face Poland in a pre-World Cup friendly on March 23.

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