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Three Lions Future

England's new official team jersey. Umbro has created another masterpiece that honors the heritage and legacy of 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. This same stripe design can also be found on the rib-knit cuff inserts.

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

80/20 polyester/cotton.

Note: Size measurements are the chest size.


Nueva camiseta oficial de Inglaterra. Umbro ha creado otra obra maestra que rinde honores a la tradición de los Tres Leones. Viene con escudo nacional y logotipo de Umbro bordados. Nota: las tallas corresponden a las medidas del pecho.

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