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Nickname(s) Super Eagles
Àjọṣe Nigeria Football Federation
Àjọparapọ̀ CAF (Africa)
Head coach Samson Siasia
Captain Joseph Yobo
Akópa tópọ̀jùlọ Mudashiru Lawal (86)
Gol tópọ̀jùlọ Rashidi Yekini (37)
Pápá eréìdárayá ilé Abuja Stadium
àmìọ̀rọ̀ FIFA NGA
FIFA ranking 33
Ipò FIFA tógajùlọ 5 (April 1994)
Ipò FIFA tókéréjùlọ 82 (November 1999)
Elo ranking 46
Highest Elo ranking 14 (31 May 2004)
Lowest Elo ranking 87 (27 December 1964)
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Freetown, Sierra Leone; (10 August 1949)[1]
Ìborí tótóbijùlọ
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(Lagos, Nigeria; 28 November 1959)
Ìṣẹ́gun tótóbijùlọ
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(Accra, Ghana; 1 June 1955)
World Cup
Ìkópa 4 (First in 1994)
Ìkópa tódárajùlọ Round of 16, 1994 and 1998
Ife Ẹ̀yẹ àwọn Orílẹ̀-èdè Áfríkà
Ìkópa 16 (First in 1963)
Ìkópa tódárajùlọ Aboriidije ni 1980 ati 1994
Confederations Cup
Ìkópa 1 (First in 1995)
Ìkópa tódárajùlọ 4th, 1995
Iye ẹ̀ṣọ́ Olympiki
Men’s Football[2]
Wúrà 1996 Atlanta Team
Fàdákà 2008 Beijing Team


Player records[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

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Player records are accurate as 17 June 2012.

Awon agbaboolu to kopajulo fun Naijiria[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

# Agbaboolu Igba Iye ikopa Iye Gol
1 Joseph Yobo 2001 – present 87 7
2 Nwankwo Kanu 1994–2011 86 12
Mudashiru Lawal 1975–1985 86 12
4 Jay-Jay Okocha 1993–2006 73 14
5 Uche Okechukwu 1990–1998 71 1
6 Vincent Enyeama 2000 – present 68 1
7 Peter Rufai 1983–1998 65 1
Stephen Keshi 1983–1995 65 ??
9 Sunday Oliseh 1993–2002 63 4
10 Finidi George 1991–2002 62 6
11 Aloysius Atuegbu 1975–1981 60 ??
Henry Nwosu 1980–1991 60 8
13 Rashidi Yekini 1984–1998 58 37
14 Yakubu Aiyegbeni 2000 – present 57 21
15 Peter Odemwingie 2002 – present 55 9
16 Mutiu Adepoju 1990–2002 54 5
Christian Chukwu ????–???? 54 ??
18 Taye Taiwo 2004 – present 53 5
Garba Lawal 1993–2006 53 5
Augustine Eguavoen 1986–1998 53 0
21 Samson Siasia 1984–1999 51 16
22 Benedict Iroha 1990–1998 50 1
23 Segun Odegbami ????-???? 48 24
24 John Utaka 2002 – present 45 6
Sylvanus Okpala 1979–1988 45 5
26 Victor Obinna 2005 – present 44 11
Seyi Olofinjana 2002 – present 44 0
28 Daniel Amokachi 1990–1999 42 14
29 Taribo West 1994–2002 41 0


Awon to ni gol pipojulo[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

# Player Career Goals Caps Avg/Game
1 Rashidi Yekini 1984–1998 37 58 0.638
2 Segun Odegbami 1976-1982 24 48 0.5
3 Yakubu Aiyegbeni 2000 – present 21 57 0.368
4 Obafemi Martins 2004 – present 18 37 0.486
5 Sunday Oyarekhua 1971–1976 17 28 0.607
6 Samson Siasia 1984–1999 16 51 0.314
Ikechukwu Uche 2007 – present 16 38 0.421
8 Thompson Usiyan 1976–1981 15 25 0.6
9 Jay-Jay Okocha 1993–2006 14 73 0.192
Daniel Amokachi 1990–1999 14 42 0.333
Julius Aghahowa 1999 – present 14 32 0.438
12 Asuquo Ekpe Sr ????-???? 13 28 0.464
13 Nwankwo Kanu 1994–2011 12 86 0.14
Mudashiru Lawal 1975–1985 12 86 0.14
Paul Hamilton 19??-19?? 12 26 0.462
16 Victor Obinna 2005 – present 11 44 0.138
17 Peter Odemwingie 2002 – present 9 55 0.164




Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  1. Courtney, Barrie (15 August 2006). "Sierra Leone - List of International Matches". RSSSF. http://www.rsssf.com/tabless/sier-intres.html. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 
  2. In the era of Nigeria's Olympic successes, the tournament has been restricted to squads with no more than three players over 23 years of age, and these matches are not usually regarded as part of the national team's record
  3. "Nigeria Top Scorers & Appearances". Supereaglenation.com. http://supereaglesnation.com/index_002.htm. Retrieved 10 April 2012.