FIFA Ranking: 52nd
The Nigeria national football team represents Nigeria in international association football and is controlled by the Nigeria Football Federation . They are three time Africa Cup of Nations winners, with their last title in 2013, after defeating Burkina Faso in the final.

In April 1994, the Super Eagles was ranked 5th in the FIFA World Rankings, the highest FIFA ranking position ever achieved by an African football team. Throughout history, the team has qualified for six of the last seven FIFA World Cups , missing only the 2006 FIFA World Cup hosted in Germany, and have reached the round of 16 three times. They were the only African team to qualify for both the 2014 and 2018 tournaments. Their first World Cup appearance was the 1994 edition hosted by the United States. Description provided by Wikipedia

The Nigeria Squad

1. Victor Moses Nigeria 3.0m fans 767.8
2. Alex Iwobi Nigeria 2.0m fans 717.9
3. John Obi Mikel  Nigeria 965.4k fans 606.2
4. Kelechi Iheanacho Nigeria 705.9k fans 599.6
5. Ahmed Musa Nigeria 509.6k fans 534.5
6. Wilfred Ndidi Nigeria 401.9k fans 530.2
7. Ogenyi Onazi Nigeria 316.5k fans 476.0
8. Kenneth Omeruo Nigeria 288.4k fans 464.3
9. Odion Ighalo Nigeria 174.1k fans 453.0
10. Elderson Echiéjilé Nigeria 172.5k fans 437.3
11. William Troost-Ekong Nigeria 212.0k fans 432.9
12. John Ogu Nigeria 114.1k fans 349.5
13. Joel Obi Nigeria 76.8k fans 297.6
14. Shehu Abdullahi Nigeria 67.6k fans 283.7
15. Chidozie Awaziem Nigeria 51.5k fans 254.5
16. Simeon Nwankwo Nigeria 38.7k fans 226.7
17. Tyronne Ebuehi Nigeria 36.7k fans 220.9
18. Francis Uzoho Nigeria 23.2k fans 178.4
19. Ikechukwu Ezenwa Nigeria 11.0k fans 130.2
20. Brian Idowu Nigeria No fans 124.9
21. Oghenekaro Etebo Nigeria 3.3k fans 95.8
22. Daniel Akpeyi Nigeria 1.7k fans 74.6

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