England has always been one of the has-beens, the contenders, the team that is always tipped to win it all, the one team to look out for, ever since football became a global fiasco, and the FIFA world cup was held regularly every four years post the second world war.
England had their golden moment back in 1966, which is almost five decades in the past from the current date. Having heralded the nation that pioneered the sport, they haven’t done nearly enough to be considered one of the best teams in the world, irrespective of the talent that has played for the nation and on the global stage.
England head into the world cup with one of the more balanced generations they have had in recent years, with elite quality all across the pitch, with players like Saka, Foden, Rice, Stones, Trent Alexander Arnold and many more who may be making the trip to Qatar.
England Kit and Jersy for FIFA World Cup
The England kits, over the years, have been designed around the colours blue and white. But in recent years, there has been a third colour in the mix as well, the colour being red. This is the case for this year’s kits for England, with white and red being the two colours that dominate the English jersey and kit.
The revolution that has been seen in kits will only continue, as fans from around the globe like kits that are good-looking and want to wear them to different places like pubs and cafes and when they want to have a kick about with their friends. Nike is the kit manufacturer for England, and the emblem of the English FA is on the opposite side of the Nike logo, and this is the case for both sets of jerseys.
The white kit looks really good, amazing, as there is a touch of blue across the shoulders and on the sleeves of the white kit, which adds a layer of depth to the jersey and makes it visually appealing and a slight resemblance to the sky. The blue fade is really fascinating on the jersey.
The red jersey also included a tinge of blue across the collar and sleeves, and the contrast between them sets off a good combination which blends well between them. The emblem, as well as the Nike logo, are both in blue, and the colour really helps to stand out in the middle of the shirt, which makes it a prominent part of the kit.