England New Home Shirt: Fake Design [PHOTO]



Images of England’s new home shirt from Nike have been leaked on the Internet.


UPDATE: What we thought was England’s new shirt is not. It’s a fake. Let’s hope the real one is certainly better than this one.

You have to wonder what the Nike executives were thinking when they gave the orders for this shirt. “Quick! Let’s get the shirt made. Let’s copy what we did for the Manchester United away shirt, and just a change a couple of things. Those limeys won’t spot the difference.”

How unimaginative and uncreative can this shirt design be? The plain white shirt with a collar that’s similar to the design of the Manchester United away jersey is ordinary. It’s a crying shame that all of the hard work, progress and wonderful designs that Umbro made (who were owned by Nike) have been ruined by Nike following through with this awful design.

What are your thoughts about the new shirt? Let us know in the comments section below.

H/T Football Shirts.

10 thoughts on “England New Home Shirt: Fake Design [PHOTO]”

  1. My standards for the England shirt are a little different than most folks. England is my “#2” national team (after the US, of course). I appreciate that this shirt looks like something I could actually wear outside of the house. I like than its understated & classy.

    I mean, look at the current US shirts. The look good on the field, but I’m not going to a restaurant with the Wheres Waldo? look.

  2. That must have took all of 5 minutes to come up with that. Boring, just like the team. And the St. George cross thing is getting a bit old. The collar is really naff. They could have gone with the Brazil template but they chose to go down the pub and mail this effort in instead.

    Makes me long for the old Admiral kits of the seventies and eighties.

  3. This was a mock up from 2009 (I think) by a football shirt website of what they though a England Kit made by Nike would look like based on the then England Rugby shirt.

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