England’s new World Cup kit – what do you think?


England dropped their new kit this week

England have released their home and away kits for the 2022 World Cup this week, and they could be their most stylish in years.

English football may never have looked better. The Lions brought home the European Championship this summer and a lot will be expected of Gareth Southgate’s side at the World Cup in Qatar this year.

England narrowly missed out on the European Championship title last year after a heartbreaking penalty shoot-out by Italy in the final. They also reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup.

According to A statementexternal link On the England Football site, the home kit is inspired by the 1992 and 1996 European Championship designs. It uses the traditional color template, but adds a distorted Three Lions graphic on the shoulders, with angles and lines designed to look like claw marks.

Meanwhile, the outer strip offers a new take on a classic template. England says the kit honors “England’s historic past” while “nodding to the future through vibrant, youthful pieces of colour”.

Does it beat some of the kits from the last 20 years? Check out…

Start: Euro 2020

Declan Rice is furious after losing on penalties in the Euro 2020 final.
Probably not Declan Rice’s favorite moment in that shirt; This photo taken after England lost on penalties in the Euro 2020 final.

Away: 2018 World Cup

Harry Kane is looking ahead to England, the 2018 World Cup.
England reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia – their best tournament since Euro 96.

Start: Euro 2016

Eric Dier controls the ball for England, Euro 2016.
Euro 2016 was not a great tournament for England. They were humiliated after being knocked out by Iceland in the round of 16.

Away: 2010 World Cup

Frank Lampard, 2010 World Cup South Africa.
England’s ‘golden generation’ was absent from the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. They won only one game: against Slovenia, before being eliminated by Germany.

Start: 2006 World Cup

Rio Ferdinand kneeling on the goal line, England, World Cup 2006.
The 2006 World Cup ended in painful defeat to Portugal in the quarter-finals after talisman Wayne Rooney was sent off.

Start: Euro 2004

Wayne Rooney and David Beckham celebrate England, Euro 2004.
An 18-year-old Wayne Rooney lit up the Euro 2004. When he went off injured in Portugal’s quarter-final defeat, he made a huge impact on the team.

Let us know where this year’s equipment ranks.