England’s 2018 World Cup shirt looks to have been leaked online.
The plan was for Nike to unveil the £90 strip for Russia before the international break in March.
But FootHeadlines.com appear to have beaten them to it by jumping the gun.
They’ve posted photos of a new England shirt, which combines a white base with blue for logos and a modern knit pattern on the front.
Unlike the away shirt, the 2018 home kit comes without a sublimated cross print on the front.
There is, of course, room for a single star above the badge to symbolise England’s one World Cup win in 1966.
And also note the St George’s cross on the back of the collar as well as the outline of a rose on the inside.
Elsewhere, FootHeadlines reveal that the ice blue sleeves of the previous England kit are dropped.
It would appear the England 2018 home jersey is based on the latest Nike Vapor template.
This brings new and personalised knits and prints on the body and redesigned sleeves.
The next big change comes with shorts and socks, white are navy and white respectively.
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So the odd white-white-red combination seen in at Euro2016 in France is dropped.
Instead Red will be present on the Three Lions’ new jersey via player names and numbers.
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The new strip should be released in time for a friendly awayday against the Netherlands on March 23.
Meanwhile, the England 2018 away kit is red, with white shorts and red socks.
England fans can expect to fork out pay £55 for a replica shirt with a tighter fitting version – to be worn by the players – setting you back £90.