• 2023/24 Nigeria Home Woman's Football Shirt

  • 2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)
  • 2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)
  • 2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)
  • 2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)
  • 2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)

2023/24 Nigeria Woman's Home Football Shirt (S)

£29.95 GBP

Condition: 9/10 Superb

Size: Women's Small

Chest Measurement: 33-35 Inches / 84-87 CM

Manufacturer: Nike

Colour: Lime, white & black trim

Material: Polyester

Seasons: 2023/2024

Player: N/A

Patches: N/A

Official Nike Nigeria woman's home football shirt from the 2023/24 international season.

Condition of this original football jersey is 9/10 – Superb (see photos).


The 2023 World Cup is a success in accounting terms for Nigeria, which manages to pass the 1st round in a tough group B made up of Canada, the reigning Olympic champion, and Australia, one of the host countries of the competition, who were the 2 favorites of this hen completed by the Irish debutantes. The Super Falcons thwarted the odds against all odds by hooking the Canucks (0–0) from the start, thanks in particular to a crucial save by Nigerian goalkeeper and captain Chiamaka Nnadozie on a penalty from Canadian captain Christine Sinclair at the start of the 2nd half-time.

Nigeria then continued their momentum against Australia, whom they surprised (3–2), showing themselves to be incisive on the counterattack while the Matildas had largely dominated the debates but showed clumsiness on the offensive level, so that they need just one point to secure their place in the knockout stage.

Nigeria ensured the essentials by obtaining the point of a draw against Ireland (0–0) and finished 2nd in the group behind Australia who won the other 2 matches but ahead of Canada, precipitating the premature elimination of the North-Americans. In the round of 16, Nigeria have a hard time facing England, reigning European champions, who finished first in their pool D by winning all their matches.

However, the Super Falcons largely mishandle Sarina Wiegman's players, thanks to their athletic response and quick projection on the counter-attack, a strategy which allows them to obtain many clear chances against an English team largely lacking in offensive inspiration and which is even reduced to 10 in the 87th minute, Lauren James being sent off following a gross foul on the Nigerian Michelle Alozie after intervention by the VAR.

However, the score remained goalless at the end of regulation time and extra time (0–0) and it was England who qualified for the quarter-finals following the penalty shootout (2 to 4), ending Nigeria's dreams of doing as well as they did in 1999 when they reached the quarter-finals. Randy Waldrum's players nevertheless come out of the competition with their heads held high, without having lost a single match during this final phase, a first in its history.

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