Nike has revealed the 2014 home and away kits for England and in typical Three Lions style they are quite simple.
Inspired by their 1970 uniform, The home kit is an all-white affair with England’s famous three Lions crest on the left chest and blue numbers on the back. The crest is designed with a metallic weave to create a shimmering effect when caught by light. On the inside of the v-neck collar is a graphic of silver stripes that creates a St. George’s cross.
“I’m always proud to put on the England kit and with these ones it’ll be no different. I can’t wait to get out to Brasil and play in them this summer,” England player Wayne Rooney said.
The away kit is England’s classic red jersey with a modern take. A bold tonal pinstripe design creates an optical illusion of the St. George’s cross that can only be seen from afar. Both uniforms will be worn by England in Brazil this summer at the World Cup, with the home kit debuting on May 30 for England’s friendly match with Peru at Wembley Stadium.