England reveal new World Cup 2018 kits

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Gareth Southgate's men will don a new look heading into this summer's tournament in Russia, with Nike unveiling a new design

England's new kits for the 2018 World Cup in Russia have been revealed as the Three Lions gear up for this summer's tournament in Russia.

The traditional home and away colours of white and red are preserved, but Nike have gone for a change of design, moving away from the two-tone style of the last edition in the '2018 England Collection'.

The home kit is all white, with a blue Nike swoosh on the right-hand side of the chest, with the England badge on the left. A thin red line is present on the collar and it looks like red numbers will be in operation too.

The away kit, meanwhile, is one tone of red too, with a white Nike swoosh and numbers, but there is no white on the collar to mirror the home design.

Both shirts feature a unique St George's cross design on the front, a subtle nod to the country's national flag.

The fresh kits will get their first outing in the World Cup warm-up friendly against the Netherlands, which takes place on March 23.

The Three Lions host Italy four days later on March 27, so it is likely that both kits will be rolled out.


How much does the new England kit cost?


England fans will have to wait a few more weeks to get their hands on the new kits, which will be available to buy from March 2018 on the official FA website's store .

It is not yet known how much the new jerseys will cost, but the previous editions were generally priced at £60 and the kids version £48.

However, fear not if you are still keen on the 2017 collection, because they are now available at a discounted rate.

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