light-blue shirt, paired with plain navy blue shorts and socks, was introduced as
a second-choice uniform for when England faced a team in green shirts,
causing a clash with the first-choice goalkeeper's kit and it was only
required on one occasion.
In keeping with the new minimalist
style, the only distinguishing marks on the shirt were the emblem, the Umbro logo,
the red number one on the front and back, the 'keeper's surname on the back in
red and the star above the emblem, which, like the white shirt, was the same colour as the
shirt, so only noticeable on close inspection.