American sportswear giants Nike have unveiled the England football team’s away jersey for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which is available for sale immediately
— England (@England) May 16, 2018
England striker Harry Kane, who is expected to spearhead the attack for Gareth Southgate in Russia, posted:
As is the case with most Nike jerseys of high-profile nations and clubs, there are two variants of the away kit.
The ‘match’ one will blow a hole in your pocket as it retails for £89.50 while the ‘stadium’ one is relatively cheaper at £64.95.
No information about the shorts, which have been confirmed to be white from the promos, is available but they are likely to be priced similarly to the home kit.
The home ‘match’ shorts cost £54.99, while the ‘stadium’ ones will set you back by £39.99 (all prices as per www.englandstore.fa.com).
The Three Lions, who have won football’s biggest prize only once, in 1966, will hope their snazzy outfits prove to be a good luck charm as they undertake.
Manager Southgate is expected to name his 23-man squad later on Wednesday, with rumours of Jack Wilshere and Joe Hart missing out on the plane doing the rounds for the past few days.
England have been drawn in Group G with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama.
The World Cup kicks off on June 14, but the Three Lions do not play until June 18, when they take on African nation Tunisia at the Volgograd Arena.