England's Euro 2024 away kit has been leaked, it's a major break away from tradition
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England's Euro 2024 away kit has been leaked online but it certainly won't have the same buzz as the home.
After superb, unbeaten qualifying campaign, England are one of the top seeds for the showpiece and will learn their fate in Saturday's group stage draw.
Their home strip for the tournament Germany has been shared and the design and colours bring back memories from the 1986 and 1990 World Cup tournaments.
There's been plenty of excitement, with many fans viewing it as a kit fit for bringing football home after coming so close in the last Euros.
Yet the away strip has also come to light and brings a completely different colour for the Three Lions.
According to Footy Headlines and PJF, the strip will be a dark pale maroon.
"Dark raisin" is the official colour name given, with the badge and Nike tick logo in a sesame colour.
On both sides of the strip is a multicoloured pattern, as well as a St George's cross in the same style.
England have typically wore red, blue or navy and so this represents a huge change.
Initial images were of a murky green shirt but graphic designer @hendocfc has used photoshop to give an accurate view of what the jersey will look like.
England are in the middle of lucrative £400 million kit deal with Nike which runs until 2030.
The home kit is poised to have navy blue and maroon details on the collar and sleeves.
The collar is a stand-out feature and gives off serious retro vibes.
Both strips are expected to be released in March and April time ahead of the tournament.