Nigerian Super Eagles Rated Second Youngest National Team In The World

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The Super Eagles have been rated second youngest national team in the World according to the Punch Newspaper. The Eagles average age is placed at 24.1, a statistics only bettered by Mexico, whose team averages 23.5.

Nigerian Super Eagles Rated Second Youngest National Team In The World

The Eagles have Maduka Okoye, Samuel Chukwueze, Francis Uzoho, and Victor Osimhen, who are all 20 years of age among other players who are in their early 20s. England occupies the third spot with an average age of 25.0. Other countries that completed the top 10 are USA (25.2), Wales (25.3), Tunisia (25.5), Germany (25.6), Brazil (25.7), Argentina (26.0) and Italy (26.1).

Top 10 Youngest National Teams in the World

1. Mexico, (23.5 years)
2. Nigeria (24.1 years)
3. England, (25.0 years
4. USA, (25.2 years)
5. Wales (25.3 years)
6. Tunisia (25.5 years)
7. Germany (25.6 years)
8. Brazil (25.7 years)
9. Argentina (26.0 years)
10. Italy (26.1 years)



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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