The home strip features the traditional white shirt and socks with blue shorts – and red numbers and piping on the rib collar.
A star will also sit above the Three Lions on the chest to denote England’s 1966 triumph at Wembley.
England have unveiled the kits they will wear at the World Cup in Russia later this year
England and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford models the kit at the launch
The home jersey will be white, complete with a silver star to denote their 1966 triumph
The away jersey will be be two-tone red, the colour which was worn in the 1966 final
The away shirt will have a distinctive pattern emblazoned on it to depict the St George’s cross
The away look is complete with white shorts and red socks, as was the hosts’ strip 52 years ago
England’s away jersey will be red – as was worn in that tournament final 52 years ago – complete with a faint St George’s cross emblazoned across the front. The away look is completed with white shorts and red socks.
The stand-out from the collection pack is the pre-match T-shirt which is a nod back to the 1982 vintage.
The pre-match top is once again white but has a deep blue, fading to red effect across the chest.
Tracksuits and distinctive black and deep-blue training gear are part of the collection pack, while a pure white ‘Anthem Jacket’ will be worn as the players walk out ahead of their matches in Russia.
Manchester City and England winger Raheem Sterling dons England’s World Cup home shirt
The white home top will feature red piping across the collar and a St George’s cross
The players’ numbers on the back of the shirts will also have the Three Lions printed on them
Both home and away jerseys will also have a red rose etched into them on the inside
The highlight of the collection pack is the 1982-inspired pre-match T-shirt
The Nike-designed pre-match shirt will be worn by the players during warm-ups
The pre-match shirt is nod back to England’s popular 1982 kit as worn here by Glenn Hoddle
The playing shirts will see the players’ number shifted from the centre of the shirt, where it currently sits, to the right-hand side and will feature a red rose inside.
The numbers and names on the kits will have a custom typeface, using typically English fonts such as Gil Sans and Johnston which adorn London’s transport signage.
‘Our goal was to create a range of products that even without an England crest or Nike Swoosh, would still instantly look like an England collection,’ said Pete Hoppins, Nike Football Apparel’s senior design director.
‘That classic identity, with a modern edge added, is imperative to the whole collection.’
In the collection pack is a grey tracksuit and white ‘Anthem Jacket’ which players will wear
Kyle Walker models a T-shirt as part of the casual wear from the collection pack
Eric Dier and Tammy Abraham share a joke as they showcase items from the collection pack
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