The three-time African Champions are also the 13th most expensive national team in the world.
The Super Eagles squad is more expensive than Morocco, Ivory Coast, Ghana, and African champions Senegal.
In terms of valuation, England’s national team takes the top spot as the world’s most expensive team, commanding an astonishing €1.18 billion.
Following closely behind is France at €1.14 billion, while Portugal secures the third position with a valuation of €920.50 million.
A number of Super Eagles stars play for clubs in Europe’s lucrative leagues, making them one of the continent’s and the world’s most valuable teams.
Victor Osimhen of Napoli is the most important player in the Super Eagles at the moment and is expected to command a large transfer fee if he decides to leave the Partenopei this summer.
The likes of Alex Iwobi, Samuel Chukwueze, Ademola Lookman, Joe Aribo, Terem Moffi and Maduka Okoye also contributed to the huge value placed on the Super Eagles.
Jose Peseiro’s squad is valued at €340.20m, while Morocco with stars like Achraff Hakimi, Sofian Amrabat and Hakim Ziyech are valued at €299.18m.
Senegal has a market value of €270m, €40m and €93m more than Cote d’Ivoire and Algeria respectively.
Ghana (€172.43m), Mali (€152.55m), Egypt (€119.20m), Burkina Faso (€76.25m), Cameroon (€75.95m) completes the top ten.