England’s home and away kits for the World Cup in Qatar have been officially unveiled.
The tournament is just two months away and excitement is starting to ramp up.
England will have their last set of matches next week before they kick off their Group B campaign against Iran on November 21.
Gareth Southgate’s side face tough Nations League games against Italy and Germany before heading straight into the World Cup.
Images of the home and away kits have leaked over the last few days, and those have proven to be spot on.
Nike launched the new kits on Thursday ahead of Southgate announcing his squad for the international break.
Harry Kane modelled the home shirt, which is a classic white design and features blue across the shoulders.
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It will be worn with blue shorts and white socks.
The away shirt seems to be more of a fan favourite, which was modelled by Phil Foden and Jack Grealish.
It has the potential to join the iconic red kits that are a throwback to some of the designs to the 1990s.
With the World Cup two months away, the pressure is now on the players to try and add another star to go above that England badge.