The new Nigeria home kit to be worn at the World Cup 2018 in Russian Federation was sold out minutes after its release on Friday morning as hundreds of fans queued outside London's NikeTown store in Oxford Street.
People were pictured camping outside the NikeTown store on Oxford Street in the United Kingdom, and the kit is not yet available for sale in Nigeria.
Despite the huge demand, Nike have stated that there are "no current plans for a restock", so if you have missed out, it looks like you have missed out permanently.
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According to The Independent, not only is the home kit sold out, but also the away and training kits.
However, fake replicas of the jersey has flooded the market before the official launch with reports claiming about 3 million of the fake jersey was already on sale.
The shirt alone is priced by Nike at £64.95 and will likely be seen for the first time in action on Saturday evening when Nigeria face England at Wembley in the first of their World Cup qualifiers.
Nigeria's World Cup group contains Argentina, Iceland and Croatia this summer in Russian Federation.