England's Euro 2020 Kit Has Been Leaked And It's 'The Worst In History'
England's new home kit for Euro 2020 has been leaked and many fans aren't happy with it.
Nike have been England's kit manufacturer since 2013 and have often been criticised for not taking risks.
But the rumoured new shirt has been leaked by FootyHeadlines and it's a huge shake-up that many aren't fond of.
:flag_black: England Euro 2020 kit!?
This seems to be the kit Nike and the English FA have decided on. It's a retro number I think, taken inspiration from one of our early 90s shirts.
What do you think?
Credit @Footy_Headlines pic.twitter.com/1wkddzP5qw
- THE KITSMAN :santa: (@The_Kitsman) December 12, 2019
The crest and Nike swoosh are in the middle of the shirt in a similar design to Newcastle United's home shirt this season.
The shirt also features a smart navy collar with red featured in it.
One divisive inclusion are the zig-zag patterns on the side, which are blue and reed.
Many on Twitter slammed the design and have called it the worst kit England have ever had.
I used to think it impossible to make a bad England kit but Nike been doing it consistently
- Eamon McElwee (@eamonmcelwee01) December 12, 2019
Worst in our history. Please don't let this be.
- Oliver Eaton (@OliverEatonYT) December 12, 2019
Wow. That's the worst England kit ever.
- Diego Tristán (@tristanshout) December 12, 2019
Some have praised the shirt however and have said it's refreshing to see a unique design.
First time England have gone for something interesting in about 20 years. Good to see something that doesn't look like a thermal vest!
- kitandbone (@kitandbone) December 12, 2019
It's fair to say that England fans won't care what they wear should they repeat the success of last year's World Cup.
The entire country got behind the national team in a way the current generation has ever known.
Gareth Southgate led his side to the semi-finals and were one half of football away from a first World Cup final in over 50 years.
England were defeated by Croatia at the World Cup and the'll have a chance to exact revenge this summer.
They've been drawn in Group D together alongside the Czech Republic along with one more undecided team.
Adidas have also released a batch of kits for Euro 2020 and they're very smart.
Some of the teams featured include Belgium and Spain, two sides who are favourites for the tournament when it gets underway on June 12.
What do you make of England's potential new kit?
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