England have unveiled their new Nike kits ahead of their Nations League matches, as well as a range of training wear.
Gareth Southgate’s side enter the international tournament as one of the favourites after a strong showing at the World Cup in 2018 and will be raring to go again after Euro 2020 was postponed this summer.
The Coronavirus crisis halted professional football across much of Europe in recent months - but the Three Lions are back in action this month in their new, shiny kits.
And this got us thinking: what is the greatest England jersey of all time?
Well, we’ve used our fashionable eye - stop laughing - to give you not only an answer but an entire top ten.
10 - 2018, away
A good year for Nike. Not only was the home shirt a doozy - stay with us for that - but this effort was intricate yet stylish.
A deep red, white highlights and a striped print which subtly displayed the St George's Cross on the front.
And let’s not forget, England actually won a World Cup penalty shootout wearing this kit. So it gets bonus points for that.
9 - 1997-1999, Home
Worn at the 1998 World Cup and forever linked with that Michael Owen goal against Argentina and David Beckham’s red card later in the game, this shirt is an undoubted classic.
The black and red stripes under the sleeves, the same colours on the collar, and a neat layout of Umbro logo, crest, World Cup stamp, and shirt number are big pluses.
8 - 2001-03, away
This Umbro effort was somewhat simple but highly effective. A vivid red, a smart and understated England flag collar, and a subtle navy streak down the arms and sides.
It was also the kit - well, the long-sleeved version - that Beckham wore when he scored his famous penalty against Argentina at the 2002 World Cup.
And it was also reversible, if that’s the sort of thing you’re into.
7 - 1995-1996, home
We’ll accept this wasn’t Umbro’s finest attempt and it suffered from the 1990s trend of oversized clothing. Yet it was in this shirt that we all genuinely believed football was coming home.
Baddiel and Skinner. Gazza, The dismantling of Holland. What a summer it was.
6 - 1990-93, home
The shirt's shimmer is certainly of it's time, but it's largely unfussy with only subtle zig-zags distracting the eye.
The collar is neat and the Umbro decoration on the sleeves a nice touch. And like many others on this list, England performed well in it, reaching the semi-finals of Italia 90.
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5 - 2010-2011 Home
Effortlessly stylish, this one. And no real surprise given it was the brainchild of Peter Saville, regarded as one of the most influential graphic designers of his generation.
A neat collar, a royal blue crest, and red, blue, green and purple crosses on the shoulders, it’s an elegant offering.
4 - 2018 Home
There's really not too much going on here, and it’s what makes this so good. A crisp white shirt, a dark blue tick, a clear badge and a hint of red on the collar.
Nike have made more elaborate England kits since taking over from Umbro in 2013, but few have bettered this effort.
3 - 1980-1983 home
When it was released the shirt was viewed as garish and was almost ditched after only a few matches. However, it sold well and for good reason.
The v-neck cuts through the red and blue shoulder highlights and the Admiral logo is something a little different to what we’re used to seeing on an England shirt.
It’s retro and we love it because of that.
2 - 1990-1992 Third
Design wise it’s certainly not the best, but come on, you love this one.
So what England wore the shirt in just one match - against Turkey in 1991 - its crowning glory came in New Order's World In Motion video ahead of Italia 90.
For that alone it has a lasting legacy. Altogether now; “You've got to hold and give, but do it at the right time…”
1 - Pre-1974, Away
There’s nothing fancy about this. It’s a striking red and has the Three Lions crest displayed proudly. That’s it.
Oh, and it’s the kit that England wore when they lifted the World Cup for the first and only time in their history. So yeah, it’s great.