England Kit for Euro 2024

England Unveils New Kits Ahead of Euro 2024

England have unveiled their latest kits in anticipation of the upcoming men’s European Championship this summer.

England Kit for Euro 2024 – The New Design

The fresh designs will make their debut later this month during England men’s fixtures in the international break, notably during friendly matches against Brazil and Belgium at Wembley Stadium on March 23 and 26 respectively.

Scheduled for release on Thursday, the men’s versions of the kits will hit the market, while the women’s kits are slated to be available next month coinciding with the commencement of their qualification campaign for Euro 2025.

England’s previous kits were launched in September 2022, ahead of the men’s World Cup in Qatar. The new home kit retains the traditional white base but introduces navy trim around the collar and side panelling.

In contrast, the previous all-red away strip has been replaced with a deep purple ensemble featuring graphic side panelling inspired by English fashion trends.

Notably, the goalkeeper kit takes on a bold hue of bright orange with distinctive wave patterns throughout.

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What’s Next for England and New Technology in Kit

Looking ahead, England’s men will sport these new kits for the first time in March as they gear up for friendly matches against Brazil and Belgium at Wembley, with the attire set to accompany them to Euro 2024 in Germany.

Meanwhile, the Lionesses will don the kits as they kick off their European Championship qualifying campaign in April against Sweden.

These new kits integrate Nike’s Dri-Fit ADV technology, prioritizing lightweight and breathable fabrics to ensure players remain cool and comfortable on the pitch.

The men’s versions of the kits will be available for purchase in all sizes starting Thursday, March 21. Fans can express their interest by visiting the England store online, including the goalkeeper shirt, following recent attention regarding Mary Earps.

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