England’s kit manufacturers, Umbro, have gone true retro with a classic all-white home jersey and a smart red away shirt, evoking fond memories of 1966 when Bobby Moore lifted the famous Jules Rimet trophy at Wembley.
The England World Cup red jersey shirt has always proved very popular with England fans, and this latest edition does not disappoint. “Honouring the past, looking to the future,” is how Umbro describe England’s 2010 World Cup jersey, as they hope captain Steven Gerrard follows in Moore’s footsteps in South Africa. The white top, with its old-fashioned collar and badge, is a throw-back to the 1940s and ‘50s worn by the likes of Stanley Matthews and Duncan Edwards, while combining the latest fabric technology to suit the demands of Rooney and co. at the World Cup.
Available in all sizes, whether you like the long sleeve favoured by David Beckham or the short sleeve like Frank Lampard, show your support for England’s bid in style.