Nothing says World Cup like a sunburned fan screaming Vindaloo in an England kit.
Nike’s 2018 offering will see Harry Kane and co crash out in the quarter-finals wearing a simple white number with red trimmings.
It’s a nice kit. No complaints. But compared to Nigeria’s home kit it lacks a bit of maverick flair.
So we’ve got our virtual overalls on and had a go at spicing it up a bit.
A geometric line here, a shoulder pad there and voila.
If Nike want to take our design on instead we’ll only demand 59% of the royalties and a 10% fee upfront.
ENGLAND X ADMIRAL
Have we nicked this straight from England’s 1980 kit?
Yes, yes we have. But don’t tell anyone.
Who cares about a bit of plagiarism when the end results are this nice?
ENGLAND X THREE LIONS ON THE SHIRT
One for all the patriots out there.
Three lions proudly stretching across the chests of our England heroes.
We’re off to belt out the national anthem.
ENGLAND X GEOMETRIC PATTERNS
Straight lines were so last season.
Geometric patterns are coming back into fashion, having graced Germany’s kit in the 1990s.
Trust us, we read fashion blogs at least once a week.
ENGLAND X HA9 0WS
Nestled in the heart of HA9 0WS is our lovely little home.
Wembley has never looked so good.
ENGLAND X TEA BAGS
What’s more English than tea?
We’ve got bags for Early Grey lovers, bags for Builder’s tea and even a little bag for the Green tea fans amongst you.
Sit down and treat yourself to a brew.
If you’re not blown away by England’s offical kit then don’t despair.
Nike have also come through with a beautifully retro training kit which has already gone down well among England supporters.
Coming to a 5-a-side pitch near you soon.
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