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England Football Shirts

Cheer on the three lions with our great range of authentic, Nike England football kits! If you’re passionate about your country, then these are a must have! Get your favourite England player of all time printed on the back of your new England kit with our specialised printing service. Available in adult and kids sizes along with tracksuits, jackets, hoodies, polo shirts and training kits. Home & away shorts and socks also available. We ship worldwide.
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England Football Kits

Despite England’s chronic underachievement at major tournaments, support for the national team remains strong and sales of England football kits continues to remain at consistently high levels. As a UK based business, it is unsurprising that England are our bestselling international football kit, but even when we filter out UK customers and look purely at international orders, England remain one of most popular kits with football fans around the world.

England’s greatest achievement was winning the 1966 World Cup, with a controversial victory over bitter rivals West Germany at Wembley. Since then, it has been one bitter disappointment after another with the most crushing being semi-final exists to the Germans at the 1990 World Cup and in the Euro 96 tournament finals – a competition the English hosted.

The England national team jersey has been worn by some of football’s finest ever players, with Gary Lineker, Bobby Moore, Paul Gascoigne, Alan Shearer, Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, Michael Owen and David Beckham just some of the names who have worn the Three Lions Kit with pride.

Not only does the latest England football shirt sell strongly, but there are consistently strong sales of classic England retro jerseys with the 1966, 1982, 1990, 1996 and 1998 kits the most popular.

England Home Shirt

The home kit of the English national team is white in colours. Historically, it was worn with navy shorts however in recent years there has been a shift towards white shorts and white socks.

England’s first competitive match was in 1872 when they first wore the white jerseys emblazoned with the Three Lions crest. Early editions of the kit featured buttons and large collars – design features which would horrify the aerodynamic focused manufacturers of the modern era!

England Away Shirt

Ironically, despite England’s distinctive home shirt, by far the most iconic and best well known away shirt is the red away jersey worn in the 1966 World Cup Final. Is there a more iconic photo in English footballing history than that of captain Bobby Moore lifting the Jules Rimet trophy aloft as he is hoisted up by his teammates?

Worn with white shorts and red socks, the England away shirt sells extremely well with both adults and children and will be forever associated with the famous triumph in 1966.

England Shirt History

In 1954, the first commercial England kits were released when Umbro made the home & away replica shirts available for sale to the public for the first time. The jersey was worn for the first time in a fixture with Wales and was a simple t-shirt style top with a V-Neck collar.

In 1960, Bukta took over the contract and in 1963 released a special centenary edition kit which celebrated 100 years of the Football Association. The following year however, Umbro regained the contract and made the now famous 1966 World Cup winning kits.

In 1974, Don Revie’s reign as England manager kicked off with a new partnership with Admiral, with the kits featuring a collar for the first time in over 20 years. This did not seem to help the national team though as they failed to qualify for the 1976 European Championships and the 1978 World Cup.

A new look kit was released for 1982 World Cup and although it was unpopular with the players who claimed it was too heavy for the warm conditions, it does remain one of our bestselling England retro shirts as nostalgic fans remember the era of Trevor Brooking and Bryan Robson.

In 1984, Umbro returned as kit manufacturers and introduced a simple, more subtle design which incorporated the Three Lions logo onto the shorts for the first time. New kits were released for the 1986 World Cup in Mexico where England were eliminated by Diego Maradona’s Hand of God.

For both the 1986 and 1990 World Cups, the English FA tried to introduce a pale blue jersey which was worn as the third kit, although this never proved to be a major success. The 1990 World Cup saw Umbro introduce an all-white England kit for the first time as England came within a penalty shootout of reaching their first final since 1966. The 1990 kits were also the first to feature the new look Umbro logo which had the brand name in upper case lettering for the first time.

At the European Championships in 1992, there was another important landmark in the evolution of England’s jerseys as numbers were worn on the front of the shirt for the first time.

In 1994, England failed to qualify for the FIFA World Cup, which led to the end of Graham Taylor’s reign as manager. Fortunes were changed though as England hosted Euro 1996 and the kits worn in this tournament are among the most iconic in English football history. As well as the national team crest being worn in the middle of the shirts for the first time, they also introduced a pale grey away jersey which is unfortunately now synonymous with Gareth Southgate’s penalty miss against Germany.

The red away kit returned for the 1998 World Cup, which saw the start (and nearly the end) of David Beckham’s international career, when he was sent off in the quarter final defeat by Argentina.

The 2002 World Cup saw the introduction of a red stripe down the side of the home shirt in homage to the St George’s Cross and saw England unlucky to be knocked out by Brazil in the quarter finals. Umbro claimed the kit was 20% lighter than its predecessor and the tournament also saw player names printed on the shirts for the first time. The kit was worn in England’s famous 5-1 thrashing of Germany in Berlin.

Euro 2004 saw the introduction of a new kit which focused more heavily on the St George’s Cross and saw the introduction of the teenage Wayne Rooney who played a starring role at the tournament.

The 2006 World Cup saw the gold star, signifying England’s World Cup triumph, move from the sleeve to above the badge while a small white cross was added to the design above the shoulder. Yet again, England suffered penalty heartache, losing to Portugal after Wayne Rooney was sent off.

The final pure-Umbro kits were worn in the Euro 2008 campaign, which, despite being Umbro’s most high tech kit yet, saw bitter disappointment as defeat to Croatia on that wet night at Wembley saw England fail to qualify for the tournament and brought to end the reign of both Umbro and Steve McLaren.

By 2010, Umbro were owned by Nike and although their logo continued to show on the kits, there was a heavy Nike influence on the jerseys. The early Nike kits featured a minimalistic retro design and were widely criticised for their unimaginative approach. During this period, England shirts sold at their lowest numbers for many years.

The first Nike branded kit was released in 2013 before being replaced a year later for the 2014 World Cup and again were somewhat plain and uninspiring kits (much like the team at this period)!

England Shirt Printing

UKSoccershop offer a wide range of England shirt printing, supplying official name and numbers for all England stars past and present or even with your name and numbers. All our international football shirt printing are done in the same style that the players wear and includes the front number.

England Training Kit

As well as supplying official home & away replica shirts, shorts and socks, our England store also offers a fantastic range of England training clothing including jackets, tracksuits, pants, training jerseys, t-shirts, sweat tops, hoodies and great gifts and merchandise.