The Nike kits, which were unveiled today (March 17), will be worn by the Three Lions at this summer's European Championships in France.
The white 'home' strip has been given a splash of colour. It features light grey-blue sleeves, plus darker blue details on the collar and down the sides of the shirt. The shorts match the jersey, but the bright red socks provide a bit of contrast, while the cuffs bear the writing 'Three Lions'.
Nike confirmed that the fan version of the jersey will sell at £60.
The away kit follows a similar pattern, but is in red. The sleeves are darker, almost burgundy, with the trim and socks a deep blue.
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Nike creative director Martin Lotti said: "For both kits we set out with the goal of bringing together the colours that are synonymous with English football: white, red and blue.
"Flashes of contrast are used to illustrate innovative details such as the cross-dyed knitted sleeves and the ventilation-enhancing stripe on the sides of the shirts and shorts."
Players from across the England men’s, women’s, disability and development squads got together to try out the new Nike outfits today.
They will be available from in sports stores from Thursday, March 24, and also from nike.com .
This summer England will be hoping to build on the success of their perfect-10 qualification campaign, in which Roy Hodgson's men became the only team to reach the finals with an unblemished record.
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