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Get dressed with the Lions

Get dressed with the honor and heritage of England's national team. Full-zip jacket constructed with an attention to detail that honors the tailoring of years gone by. Includes embroidered England team badge and logo.

In 1924 Umbro founder Harold Humphreys brought the art of tailoring to the world of soccer. He called it sportswear.

Today, Umbro once again brings together the traditional values of classic tailoring with modern fabric technology and a revolutionary design philosophy: Style meets performance. The new England kit is the proud result.

Honoring the past, looking forward to the future.


Viste el honor y la herencia del equipo nacional de Inglaterra. Chaqueta de cierre completo fabricada prestando atención a los detalles en honor al tradicional arte de la sastrería. Incluye escudo bordado de Inglaterra y logotipo.

En 1924 el fundador de U

Umbro's famous double diamond logo has been around since 1924. England was wearing Umbro when they won the World Cup in 1966. Rules of the Game: Coaches and other officials must remain within the confines of the technical area except in special circumstances, for example, a trainer or doctor entering the field of play, with the referee’s permission, to assess an injured player. Rules of the Game: If a team finishes a match with a greater number of players than their opponents and penalty kicks are taken to determine the winner of a match, that team shall reduce their numbers to equal that of their opponents. The team captain has Of the 16 members of the USA's first World Cup team in 1930, five were born in Scotland and one in England.