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Nike Already Planning to Launch New Kits for England Next Spring: The Nightly EPL

england nike swoosh shirt Nike Already Planning to Launch New Kits for England Next Spring: The Nightly EPL

Nike only just unveiled the new England home shirt less than two weeks ago, but they’re already planning on launching a new England home kit in the Spring for World Cup 2014 if/when England qualify.

In Nike’s defense, they want to issue new shirts on a two year cycle (World Cup 2014, Euro 2016, etc). And because they just took over their contract from Umbro, it doesn’t give them much time to launch a new shirt now and one before the next World Cup.

Hopefully Nike and The FA will take their time and produce a better home kit next time. In addition to a new home shirt, England will also launch a new away kit in the Spring next year.

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