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England Euro 2020 Kits

England plays in white shirts with the Three Lions badge, which proved the catalyst to the most successful England anthem, Three Lions on a Shirt, originally written for Euro 96. England usually features their home kit with a white base and a navy blue trim to reflect the colours of the FA.

England Home Kit

Since England's first ever international against Scotland in 1872 the side have worn white shirts. In the 1930's the side wore dark blue shirts with white shorts. England have alternated between white and blue shorts ever since. In the last twenty years the shirt has had red and blue colours on the shoulders and sleeves.

Men's England Shirt

England have had several shirt producers including Umbro, Admiral and Nike. In 2013 Nike had signed a five year deal to produce their shirts overtaking from Umbro. England have worn the white home shirt in their 1966 successful World Cup campaign and several World Cups in which they came fourth in 1990 and third place in the 1968 European Championship. Players who have worn the England shirt include Sir Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, David Beckham, Bobby Moore and Steven Gerrard.

Children's England Kit

Since producing replica kits the club have manufactured youth shirts to suit the young fans of the nation. The most popular shirts worn by kids in the past twenty seasons include Wayne Rooney, David Beckham, Michael Owen, Alan Shearer, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.

The English FA League system have a strong history of producing and developing youth talents to make them stars. The English side have youth teams including U-17, U-21 and U-23 youth levels.

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England Women's Kits

The England Women's football team are one of the strongest in the world. England played their first ever match in 1972 against Scotland. The side have qualified for the World Cup three times reaching the quarter-final on each occasion.

The side have had players with over 100 caps including Casey Stoney, Rachel Yankey, Fara Williams and Kelly Smith. The English academy have a strong tradition on producing and developing young talents to become professional football players.

Best 2022 England Kit Deals:

We've looked across all the stores selling England shirts including Nike, JD Sports, Kitbag, Unisport and adidas at the moment, and as of January these are the best deals we've found across the Mens, Womens, Kids and Authentic kits right now.

2020/21 England Home Shirt

The Nike England 2020-21 home kit is as pure as it can be with its white base dominating almost the entirety of the shirt with just a few notable blue applications.

The zap template on the side of the body panel is navy blue with a red middle stripe, the same colourway applied to the round collar. The home kit also breaks away from the traditional placement of the logos on the sides of the chest in favour of putting them all together vertically on the centre instead. The English crest and the Nike swoosh are royal blue and the crest is exactly above the Nike logo.

England, nicknamed 'The Three Lions, are one of the best international teams in Europe and the world as they boast several football stars including Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, and Phil Foden. While their away shirts had mostly been red, England opted for a blue one for their 2020/21 away kit. In 2013, England switched their kit supplier from Umbro to Nike and had their shirts featuring a special centennial anniversary crest on the home and away strips to commemorate the FA's 100th year of existence.

England played in the first ever international football match in 1872, against Scotland, the game was played at Hamilton Crescent in Partick, the result was a 0-0 draw. England are by far the most successful of the Home Nations, as well as being former World Champions, they won the British Home Championship outright 34 times, as many as the other three nations managed combined.

England's greatest moment was in winning the World Cup in 1966 captained by Bobby More, the scorers in the 4-2 win were Geoff Hurst with a hat-trick and one from Martin Peters. England play their home games in the 90,000 Wembley stadium, which has a state of the art arch and a closing roof. The ground may never hold the same character as the old Wembley and it's twin towers, time and England results will tell. Famous names to wear the shirt include Wayne Rooney, Sir Bobby Charlton, and Gary Lineker, England's top goal scorers with 53, 49, and 48 goals respectively, alongside Paul Gascoigne, Kevin Keegan, Bryan Robson, Sir Stanley Matthews and all the other greats of English football.

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