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Nigeria Kit: Through the years

Design: Playing in dark green with white trim, in line with their national flag, the Super Eagles have one of the most distinctive looks in international football. Adidas make their latest effort, which also features a neat white colour as well as the sponsor's trademark stripes. Green shorts and green socks complete the look.

Short History: Stephen Keshi's side will be attending their fifth World Cup next summer and have used the same colour scheme throughout. A particularly bright ensemble -- complete with white, patterned shoulder panel -- was the kit of choice for their first outing in 1994, before the design was pulled back somewhat for a more orthodox dark green with white trim design in 1998. Four years later, that conservatism was thrown out of the window for a light green ensemble that verged on fluorescent. By 2010, the white trim was at a minimum, but a return to a less vivid shade of green was widely appreciated.

The greatest kit: Nigeria's greatest performance at the competition came on their first outing in 1994. The kit may have been on the bright side, complete with patterned shoulder panel, but its distinct design makes it the country's most memorable World Cup attire.

Kits through the years:

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