Roy Hodgson’s England have unveiled their new home and away kits that will be worn at the upcoming Euro 2016 tournament in France this summer.
The full kit designed by Nike will cost fans up to £100, with the shirt costing the most at £60.
The kit was revealed by England stars, Wayne Rooney, Joe Hart, Harry Kane and others in a full photo shoot.
England have received criticism in the past for continuing to release kits that are being too alike and Nike have responded with a new design.
The home kit remains white but has a new sleeve design and the team will also where red socks instead of traditional white.
The bright red socks are to celebrate the look of the England team that famously triumphed over Brazil at Maracana Stadium in 1984.
The away kit will be all in red to honour England’s famous 1966 World Cup win which celebrates it’s 50th anniversary this summer.
England will be hoping to replicate that glory this summer as they go into the tournament as fourth favourites.
Hodgson’s men won all 10 of their qualifying games and will hoping they can stretch that unbeaten run to 17 in order to lift the trophy on July 10th.