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Three Lions Future

Seasoned midfielder Steven Gerrard is a long shot specialist and deadeye passer who can threaten the box from anywhere on the pitch. Gerrard has been a key part of the English national team for years and is one of the team's most capped players. Show your support for Steven Gerrard when he takes the pitch with the three lions.

For the first time England will wear a purely red and white jersey in honor of England's flag. This new jersey has been tailored with a unique collar that has a one-button closure inspired by traditional soccer shirts. Folded down the collar adds a red detail, under the collar is a stripe design which honors Sir Alf Ramsey's 1966 jacket and the St George's flag.

Includes embroidered England team badge, championship star and Umbro logo.

Cotton/polyester blend.

Note: Size measurements are the chest size.


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