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England's Goalkeeper Uniforms



England's Goalkeeper Uniform
20 to 2021

2016 Yellow Uniform
2018 Yellow Uniform
2018 Green Uniform
2020 Yellow Uniform
Not worn in play


Team red short-sleeved shirt with a midnight-navy-blue crew-neck collar and a small 'v' cut out of the middle of the back collar. University red sleeves. Abstract fingerprint pattern in university red covering both the front and back of the main body. Thick midnight-navy-blue curved stripe down each side-seam. Emblem on left breast, with sport royal blue border and a team red star above the emblem. White Swoosh on right breast and a white number one below it in the same font as the outfield kits. White number one on reverse in same font, but with a continuous team red line running through it and a team red emblem laid over the line, with a team red border, at the base of the number. Surname in capitalised white lettering above number on reverse in same font as the outfield shirts. Rectangular black label on left hip with a white border. ENGINEERED in large white capitalised letters, occupying two-thirds of the upper left-hand side of the label and bordered in white. Remaining third comprises a white Swoosh. Two white lines underneath above a ten-character serial number in white. University red shorts, with a curved thick midnight-navy-blue stripe down each side. White number on left thigh, in same font as on chest, with white Swoosh underneath. Emblem on right thigh, with sport royal blue border. University red socks, with a white Swoosh on shin.

Thought to be England's fourth-choice goalkeeper's kit, and like the yellow, green and black equivalents, was part of Nike's Gardien III design, with the same fingerprint-like pattern across the main body of the shirt, this time combining two shades of red, with the more maroon-like university red occupying the rest of the kit.

It did, however, appear in action before any of the other kits and was worn first by Aaron Ramsdale, in England Under-21s' 6-0 win in Kosovo in the European Championship.