The English national football team currently train at 350-acre St George's Park, a state of the art complex located in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The centre was opened by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in October 2012. The purpose of the centre is to base all development work undertaken by the FA for all England national football teams. The complex features 12 world class training pitches, full sized indoor pitch, hydrotherapy suites, training gyms, video analysis and mucm more. The total cost of the facility designed by Red Box Design Group is thought to be around 105 million pounds making it one of the best training facilities in the world.
Under the manufacture of Umbro England's training shirts have mostly been navy blue, red or white with their sponsor logo on the chest. In 2012 the FA signed a shirt deal with Nike which will extend to 2018. They will be manufacturing kits for all national teams as well as training shirts and balls.
Nike compose a classy collection of training wear for England and Three Lions fans within Euro 2016. With Euro 2016 round the corner and England players and fans alike highly anticipating the competition, Nike have issued the passionate Three Lions with a patriotic range of training wear to proud [...]
Last September, England and the FA Announced that the England shirts will be manufactured by Nike taking over Umbro's sixty year partnership with the Three Lions [...]