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Three Lions Future

Wayne Rooney's speed, toughness and his relentless attitude make him a valuable asset for both Manchester United and England's National Team. This is his official national team jersey for the 10/11 seasons.

England's new official team jersey. Umbro with the help of designer Peter Saville, has created a masterpiece that honors the heritage and legacy of the Three Lions.

Shoulder panels have multi-color St. George's Cross design. These multi-color crosses represent the cultural diversity of England. It's a nod to the modern England.

Includes embroidered England team badge and Umbro logo.

Longer open collar design for freedom of movement and shape retention.

Climate controlling technology pulls sweat away from the skin for cool comfort. Anatomically tailored sleeves for a great look and excellent feel. Stretch rib and woven material.

Note: Size measurements are the chest size.


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