England unveil new home & away kits for Euro 2024

England have unveiled their new home and away kits which will be worn at Euro 2024 this summer.

The shirts will be worn during the men’s side’s friendlies against Brazil and Belgium later this month, before Sarina Wiegman’s women will get their first run-out in the new kit when they take on Sweden at Wembley in April.

The home kit remains the traditional white but is described as a “modern take on a classic white strip”. Featuring blue and red accents on the cuffs, the design is seen as a throwback to training gear of years gone by.

As for the away kit, England have opted for purple – a mix of red and blue – this time around, but the side panels feature stripes in seven different colours, designed as a hat-tip to modern fashion trends.

Both shirts will feature Nike’s Dri-Fit ADV technology. Following consultation with players, the women’s shirts include a wider chest and waist width, as well as an increase on the size of the sleeve opening.

While fans on social media have thrown their support behind the home shirt, the opinions of the away strip have been significantly more divided.

Many have suggested England have simply copied the style of shirt worn by France, while the move to a new colourway has also left some unenthused, although there are plenty of fans who have stressed their desire to pick up both shirts when they go on sale on March 21.

Brazil and Belgium are both due at Wembley over the international break, but despite both games being home fixtures for England, the Three Lions could opt to bring out their away strip at least once.


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