England’s away kit for next year’s World Cup is sure to be a future classic.
Unlike their close neighbours, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland who are both in the midst of the dreaded play-off route, England have had a relaxing November with qualification for next summer’s World Cup already sewn up.
The Three Lions easily qualified from Group F, winning eight of their ten games and drawing a further two to finish on 26 points, eight ahead of their nearest challengers Slovakia.
While the footballing side of things might be going swimmingly so too is their kit manufacturer’s design process, with Nike to release a stunning away kit ahead of next summer.
According to Footy Headlines, the new kit will be released along with the home version in March, which are both to feature the St. George’s Cross in a knit pattern across the chest area.
You can check out the soon-to-be released shirt below:
England’s next game as they build towards the World Cup is a friendly against Brazil on Tuesday night.
Check out the latest episode of The Mixer, Pundit Arena’s Irish football podcast, as we look ahead to the crunch tie between Ireland and Denmark.