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England's Home Uniform
May2013 to March2014

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Description
White short-sleeved shirt, with obsidian (dark) blue crew-neck. Seams cut to an overlapping v-shape at each hem, with a St. George cross underneath. Embroidered emblem on left breast, with an inner gold border and a gold star above the emblem. Commemorative logo underneath the emblem, with 150 YEARS in white on a gold riband and the years 1863 and 2013 in gold either side of it. Obsidian Swoosh on right breast, obsidian number in centre of chest and on reverse, in a new font, with surname in capitalised obsidian lettering in an arc above number on reverse in same font. White emblem at base of each number on reverse. Reinforcing white rounded rubber upper-case T-shaped bar across top of each sleeve seam and then along shoulder seam towards the neck. Eleven rounded white rectangular plastic strips running horizontally across to each side seam on the inside of the front of the shirt, with eight ventilation holes on the uppermost, followed by strips of seven, six and five holes, then two of four holes, two of three holes and three of two holes on the lowest strips. Rectangular obsidian label on left hip with AUTHENTIC in large white capitalised letters, with two white lines underneath, followed by DESIGNED TO THE EXACT SPECIFICATIONS OF CHAMPIONSHIP ATHLETES in white capitalised letters below, with a white Swoosh to the left of a nine-digit serial number in white at the bottom of the label. DRI-FIT in capitalised grey lettering embroidered onto right hip.

Obsidian shorts, with obsidian drawstring, and obsidian rounded rubber upper-case T-shaped bar running down each seam and towards each other across the back. DRI-FIT in capitalised white lettering embroidered onto right hip. White number on left thigh, in same font as on shirt, with white Swoosh underneath. Embroidered emblem on right thigh, with an inner gold border.

White socks, with a thin obsidian band across the tops and an obsidian Swoosh on shin. Patterned footings in two shades of grey, with DRI-FIT in capitalised dark-grey lettering on each instep.

England's captain wore a plain red armband.

Variations
  • The shirts worn by Ashley Cole also included his first initial i.e. A. COLE, despite Carlton and Joe Cole making their last appearances in 2010. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain only included his paternal family name (CHAMBERLAIN) on his shirts.

  • The shirt worn by Glen Johnson against Ireland also included his first initial i.e. G. JOHNSON.

  • In the three World Cup qualification fixtures, England had the 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP BRAZIL QUALIFIERS logo embroidered onto the right sleeve and the MY GAME IS FAIR PLAY FIFA logo on the left sleeve.

Most Appearances

7 - Gary Cahill, James Milner (6 sub), Wayne Rooney, Jack Wilshere (3 sub)

  • 30 players wore this shirt.

  • Cahill was the only player to complete seven games in the shirt (630 minutes, plus added time).

  • Six players made their international debut in the shirt, with only Jay Rodriguez failing to appear again for England.

  • Adam Lallana went on to make 34 appearances.

  • Another three players won their last cap in the shirt, with Ashley Cole making a 107th appearance.

Top Scorers

3 - Danny Welbeck

2 - Steven Gerrard, Rickie Lambert, Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge (1 pen.)

  • Rickie Lambert and Andros Townsend were the only players to score their first international goal in this shirt.

  • Both scored on their debuts, with Lambert's being his first touch of the ball after coming on as a substitute for Wayne Rooney against Scotland.

  • With one centurion (Cole) making his last appearance, two others scored their last international goal. Frank Lampard netted his 29th, whilst Steven Gerrard's 21st clinched England's place in Brazil at the 2014 World Cup.

Captains

6 - Steven Gerrard

1 - Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard

  • Cole's solitary appearance as captain was marked by the presentation to him of a golden cap to commemorate his hundredth appearance, achieved earlier in the year against Brazil.

 

Following 29 years of Umbro kits, Nike finally took the plunge and created their first design for England. They had acquired Umbro in 2008, and before selling on the company in December 2012, negotiated a new five-year contract with the Football Association, in Nike's role of parent company.

However, they were unable to put the England team in a Nike kit until late May of the FA's 150th year. This was, presumably, due to a contractual agreement that the last Umbro England kit couldn't be shelved after less than a year. It was a little strange, anyway, to decorate the England kit in this way, because the England team was 'only' 141 years old, but the same thing happened for the centenary year of 1963, so it was consistent with previous celebrations.

The fear of entrusting this particular heritage to an American multinational was that England would become "just another country" in the Nike catalogue, and the national team would simply slip into its latest template that Nike had produced for its mass market.

Well, it made a rather unassuming debut, being released to the media on 20th May via Jack Wilshere returning to the Priory School in Hitchin and selecting a 16-year-old student, Jason Kelly to model it. First impressions were that it was just like the shirt that West Germany wore in the 1966 World Cup Final, and, if it wasn't for the Three Lions emblem, it could easily pass for the United States national team kit.

Putting aside the similarities to other kits for a moment, the important things to note were that the touches of gold on the shirt were quite fitting for the first Football Association in the world to notch up 150 years of governance. The gold riband beneath the emblem meant that for the first time since 2001, England would not be displaying the name of their opponents on their shirts and it would be, effectively, the same shirt for every game (except when patches were worn for the World Cup qualifiers).

The colour of the shorts (obsidian) seemed like a throwback to the 1950s and beyond, with them appearing almost as a dark grey. This was a complete contrast to the St-George-cross-inspired themes of the last three Umbro England kits, though the Under-21 team reverted back to an all-white kit (including the emblem with inner gold border, obsidian numbers and obsidian Swoosh on the white shorts) in the 2014 Toulon Tournament. One other minor thing to point out was that the surnames on the back of this shirt were printed in an arc for the first time in ten years.

With only a year to celebrate the anniversary, and not being able to release it until late May, this kit was, inevitably, short-lived, though it did manage to appear in an extra game in 2014, before making way for Nike's first World Cup edition for England.

Interestingly, it was only ever worn at Wembley, with the new away kit being reserved for the only two away games during the period. There were some very high-profile games to commemorate the year and yet again, England gave the impression that they would be strong World Cup contenders in the year that preceded the tournament.

From past experience, we should have known better. Winning le Tournoi in 1997, beating Germany 5-1 in 2001, beating Argentina in 2005 and thrashing Croatia to qualify with games to spare in 2009; all generated an unhealthy optimism for the following year's World Cup.

Matches in Which England Wore the 2013 Home White Uniform
Season 2012-13

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Roy Hodgson

Friendlies - FA 150th Year Anniversary
919 29 May 2013 - England 1 Republic of Ireland 1 [1-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
(80,126)
Lampard
Long
HD
Season 2013-14
921 14 August 2013 - England 3 Scotland 2 [1-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (80,485)
Walcott, Welbeck, Lambert
Morrison, Miller
HW

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World Cup Preliminaries
922 6 September 2013 - England 4 Moldova 0 [3-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
(61,607)
Gerrard, Lambert, Welbeck (2) HW
924 11 October 2013 - England 4 Montenegro 1 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (83,807)
Rooney, Bošković OG, Townsend, Sturridge (pen)
Damjanović
HW
925 15 October 2013 - England 2 Poland 0 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (85,186)
Rooney, Gerrard HW
Friendlies - FA 150th Year Anniversary
926 15 November 2013 - England 0 Chile 2 [0-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
(62,953)
Sánchez (2) HL
927 19 November 2013 - England 0 Germany 1 [0-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (85,934)
Mertesacker HL
Friendly
928 5 March 2014 - England 1 Denmark 0 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (68,573)
Sturridge HW

 

Worn by 30 Players
Leighton Baines Ross Barkley Gary Cahill Michael Carrick
Tom Cleverley Ashley Cole Jermain Defoe Steven Gerrard
Kieran Gibbs Jordan Henderson Phil Jagielka Glen Johnson
Phil Jones Adam Lallana Rickie Lambert Frank Lampard
James Milner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Jay Rodriguez Wayne Rooney
Luke Shaw Chris Smalling Raheem Sterling Daniel Sturridge
Andros Townsend Theo Walcott Kyle Walker Danny Welbeck
Jack Wilshere Wilfried Zaha    

 

Matches in which England Under-21 wore the 2013 Home White Uniform
Season 2012-13

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Stuart Pearce
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2013 Finals in Israel (group A)
307  5 June 2013 - England 0 Italy 1 [0-0]
Broomfield Stadium, Tel Aviv
(14,000)
Insigne NL

England: Jack Butland, Nathaniel Clyne, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson, J.Robinson, Jordan Henderson, J.Lowe, Jonjo Shelvey (J.McEachran), Nathan Redmond, M.Sordell (Nathaniel Chalobah), C.Wickham (N.Delfouneso).

308 8 June 2013 - England 1 Norway 3 [0-2]
HaMoshava Stadium, Petah Tikva (6,500)
Dawson (pen)
Berge, Berget, Eikrem
NL

England: Jack Butland, A.Smith, Steven Caulker, C.Dawson (A.Wisdom), Danny Rose, Nathaniel Chalobah, Jordan Henderson, J.Lowe (C.Wickham), T.Ince, Wilfried Zaha, Nathan Redmond (Jonjo Shelvey).

Season 2013-14

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Roy Hodgson
Friendly
310 13 August 2013 - England 6 Scotland 0 [2-0]
Bramall Lane, Highfield, Sheffield
(26,942)
Redmond, Sterling, Wickham, Barkley, Shelvey, Carroll HW

England: Jack Butland, John Stones, J.Robinson, Nathaniel Chalobah (Ross Barkley), A.Wisdom (T.Thorpe), Michael Keane, Raheem Sterling (S.Ameobi), W.Hughes (Eric Dier), C.Wickham (Harry Kane), Jonjo Shelvey (T.Carroll), Nathan Redmond (Jesse Lingard).

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Gareth Southgate
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2015 preliminaries (group one)
311 5 September 2013 - England 1 Moldova 0 [1-0]
Majedski Stadium, Reading
(5,268)
Berahino HW

England: Jack Butland, John Stones, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah, A.Wisdom, Michael Keane, Nathan Redmond, James Ward-Prowse (W.Hughes), S.Berahino (Harry Kane), T.Carroll, Wilfried Zaha.

314 15 October 2013 - England 5 Lithuania 0 [2-0]
Portman Road, Ipswich
(17,067)
Morrison (2), Ward-Prowse, Berahino (2 (1 pen)) HW

England: Jack Butland, John Stones, J.Robinson, T.Carroll (Carl Jenkinson), Nathaniel Chalobah, Michael Keane, T.Ince (Nathan Redmond), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino (N.Powell), R.Morrison, Wilfried Zaha.

315 14 November 2013 - England 3 Finland 0 [2-0]
stadiummk, Milton Keynes
(19,807)
Keane, Berahino (2) HW

England: Jack Butland, Carl Jenkinson, Luke Shaw, Nathaniel Chalobah (W.Hughes), John Stones, Michael Keane, Wilfried Zaha, James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, R.Morrison (Jesse Lingard), Raheem Sterling (T.Ince).

316 19 November 2013 - England 9 San Marino 0 [5-0]
Greenhous Meadow Stadium, Shrewsbury
(9,264)
Keane, Sterling (2), Ings (2), Ward-Prowse, Ince, Jenkinson, Hughes HW

England: Jack Butland (J.Bond), Carl Jenkinson, J.Robinson, W.Hughes, John Stones (Eric Dier), Michael Keane, T.Ince (Patrick Bamford), James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings, Jesse Lingard, Raheem Sterling.

317 5 March 2014 - England 1 Wales 0 [0-0]
iPro Stadium, Derby
(13,438)
Redmond HW

England: Jack Butland, Carl Jenkinson, J.Robinson, T.Carroll, John Stones, Nathaniel Chalobah (L.Moore), T.Ince, James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino (Danny Ings), R.Morrison (W.Hughes), Nathan Redmond.

318 19 May 2014 - Wales 1 England 3 [1-2]
Liberty Stadium, Swansea
(5,000)
Edwards
Redmond (3)
AW

England: Jack Butland, Carl Jenkinson, L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah, Michael Keane, L.Moore, T.Ince (Harry Kane (J.Forster-Caskey)), James Ward-Prowse, Danny Ings (S.Berahino), Jesse Lingard, Nathan Redmond.

Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon 2014 (Hopefuls) Festival, in southern France  
319 22 May 2014 - England 3 Qatar 0 [1-0]
Stade Léo-Lagrange, Toulon (tbc)
Orbita, Forster-Caskey, Cousins NW

England: J.Bond, T.Browning, L.Garbutt (B.Smith), B.Gibson, L.Moore, S.March, J.Orbita, James Ward-Prowse (Eric Dier), S.Berahino (C.Woodrow), J.McEachran (J.Cousins), J.Forster-Caskey.

320 26 May 2014 - England 1 Brazil 2 [0-1]
Stade Louis-Hon, Saint-Raphaël (tbc)
Ward-Prowse
Alisson, Lucas Silva
NL

England: Jack Butland, T.Browning, L.Garbutt (B.Smith), Nathaniel Chalobah, L.Moore, Michael Keane, J.Cousins (S.March), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, J.Forster-Caskey (C.Woodrow), Nathan Redmond.

321 28 May 2014 - England 1 Korea Republic 1 [1-0]
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
(tbc)
Woodrow
Chang Min
ND

England: J.Bond, Eric Dier (T.Browning), L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah, B.Gibson, Michael Keane, B.Smith (S.March), James Ward-Prowse, J.Forster-Caskey (W.Keane), C.Woodrow, Nathan Redmond.

England wore all white - the white home shirt and socks with the alternative white shorts, against Korea Republic.
323 1 June 2014 - Portugal 1 England 0 [0-0]
Parc des Sports, Avignon
(tbc)
Horta NL

England: Jack Butland, T.Browning, L.Garbutt, Nathaniel Chalobah, L.Moore, B.Gibson, J.Forster-Caskey (W.Keane), James Ward-Prowse, S.Berahino, C.Woodrow, Nathan Redmond.

In the two UEFA Under-21 Championship fixtures in Israel, the Under-21s' shirt had the tournament logo on the right sleeve and the UEFA RESPECT logo on the left sleeve.

Matches in which England Women wore the 2013 Home White Uniform
Season 2012-13

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Hope Powell
Friendlies
304 26 June 2013 - England 1 Japan 1 [1-0]
Pirelli Stadium, Burton-upon-Trent
(5,327)
Aluko
Kawasumi
HD

England: Karen Bardsley, Dunia Susi (Jade Moore), Alex Scott, Jill Scott (Jess Clarke), Sophie Bradley, Laura Bassett (Lucy Bronze), Eni Aluko (Jordan Nobbs), Anita Asante, Ellen White (Toni Duggan), Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey. (unused: Steph Houghton, Casey Stoney).

305 4 July 2013 - Sweden 4 England 1 [2-1]
Skarsjövallen, Uddevalla
(4,524)
Göransson, Schelin (2), Seger
White
AL

England: Karen Bardsley (Rachel Brown), Alex Scott, Steph Houghton (Dunia Susi), Jill Scott (Jordan Nobbs), Sophie Bradley, Casey Stoney (Laura Bassett), Eni Aluko, Anita Asante, Ellen White (Toni Duggan), Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey (Karen Carney). (unused: Jess Clarke, Gemma Bonner, Jade Moore, Lucy Bronze, Kelly Smith, Siobhan Chamberlain).

England wore all white - the white home shirt and socks with the alternative white shorts, against Sweden.

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UEFA Women's European Championship Finals in Sweden: Group C

306

12 July 2013 - England 2 Spain 3 [1-1]
Arena Linköping, Linköping
(5,190)
Aluko, Bassett
Boquete, Hermoso, Putellas
NL

England: Karen Bardsley, Alex Scott, Steph Houghton, Jill Scott, Laura Bassett, Casey Stoney, Eni Aluko (Karen Carney), Anita Asante, Ellen White, Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey (Jess Clarke). (unused: Sophie Bradley, Rachel Brown, Jordan Nobbs, Toni Duggan, Dunia Susi, Gemma Bonner, Jade Moore, Lucy Bronze, Kelly Smith, Siobhan Chamberlain).

307 15 July 2013 - England 1 Russia 1 [0-1]
Arena Linköping, Linköping
(3,629)
Duggan
Korovkina
ND

England: Karen Bardsley, Alex Scott, Steph Houghton (Toni Duggan), Jill Scott, Laura Bassett, Casey Stoney, Eni Aluko, Anita Asante, Ellen White, Fara Williams, Rachel Yankey (Kelly Smith). (unused: Sophie Bradley, Jess Clarke, Rachel Brown, Karen Carney, Jordan Nobbs, Dunia Susi, Gemma Bonner, Jade Moore, Lucy Bronze, Siobhan Chamberlain).

Season 2013-14

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Brent Hills
FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying Group 6
309 21 September 2013 - England 6 Belarus 0 [4-0]
Goldsands Stadium, Bournemouth
(6,818)
Carney (3), White, Dowie, Aluko HW

England: Rachel Brown, Alex Scott, Lucy Bronze, Fara Williams (Jade Moore), Sophie Bradley, Casey Stoney, Eni Aluko, Jordan Nobbs, Ellen White, Karen Carney (Jill Scott), Toni Duggan (Natasha Dowie). (unused: Anita Asante, Siobhan Chamberlain, Gemma Bonner, Steph Houghton).

310 26 September 2013 - England 8 Turkey 0 [6-0]
Fratton Park, Portsmouth
(6,923)
Duggan (3), White (2), Aluko (2), Dowie HW

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Lucy Bronze, Fara Williams, Gemma Bonner, Casey Stoney (Steph Houghton), Eni Aluko (Natasha Dowie), Jordan Nobbs, Ellen White, Karen Carney (Jill Scott), Toni Duggan. (unused: Anita Asante, Sophie Bradley, Jade Moore, Rachel Brown).

311 26 October 2013 - England 2 Wales 0 [0-0]
The New Den, New Cross
(5,764)
Nobbs, Duggan HW

England: Karen Bardsley, Alex Scott, Lucy Bronze, Fara Williams, Steph Houghton, Casey Stoney, Eni Aluko (Jill Scott), Jordan Nobbs, Ellen White (Natasha Dowie), Karen Carney, Toni Duggan (Jess Clarke). (unused: Gemma Bonner, Rachel Brown, Sophie Bradley, Jade Moore).

312 31 October 2013 - Turkey 0 England 4 [0-2]
Adana 5 Ocak Stadı, Adana
(784)
Aluko, Williams (pen), Duggan, Nobbs AW

England: Karen Bardsley, Alex Scott, Lucy Bronze, Fara Williams (Jade Moore), Gemma Bonner, Sophie Bradley, Eni Aluko (Natasha Dowie), Jill Scott, Ellen White (Jess Clarke), Jordan Nobbs, Toni Duggan. (unused: Laura Bassett, Rachel Brown, Steph Houghton, Rachel Yankey).

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Mark Sampson
Friendly match in Spain
313 17 January 2014 - England 1 Norway 1 [1-0]
La Manga Stadium, Cartagena
(80)
Aluko
Bjånesøy
ND

England: Karen Bardsley, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes (Gemma Bonner), Fara Williams, Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze, Eni Aluko (Jill Scott), Jordan Nobbs (Laura Bassett), Lianne Sanderson (Ellen White), Karen Carney, Toni Duggan (Gemma Davison). (unused: Alex Greenwood, Siobhan Chamberlain).

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Cyprus Cup: Group A
314 5 March 2014 - England 2 Italy 0 [1-0]
Ammochostos Stadium, Larnaca
(-)
Carney (pen), Duggan NW

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes (Alex Greenwood), Ellen White (Laura Bassett), Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton, Karen Carney, Fara Williams, Lianne Sanderson (Jill Scott), Jordan Nobbs (Eni Aluko), Toni Duggan. (unused: Jade Moore, Carly Telford, Natasha Dowie).

316 10 March 2014 - England 2 Canada 0 [2-0]
GSP Stadium, Nicosia
(-)
Sanderson (2) NW

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes, Ellen White (Natasha Dowie), Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton, Karen Carney, Fara Williams, Lianne Sanderson (Anita Asante), Jordan Nobbs (Jill Scott), Toni Duggan (Gemma Davison). (unused: Carly Telford, Laura Bassett, Eni Aluko).

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Cyprus Cup Final
317 12 March 2014 - England 0 France 2 [0-2]
GSP Stadium, Nicosia
(-)
Thiney, Abily NL

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes, Anita Asante (Jill Scott), Lucy Bronze, Steph Houghton, Karen Carney (Lianne Sanderson), Fara Williams, Natasha Dowie (Kelly Smith), Gemma Davison (Eni Aluko), Toni Duggan. (unused: Jade Moore, Carly Telford, Ellen White).

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FIFA Women's World Cup Qualifying Group 6
318 5 April 2014 - England 9 Montenegro 0 [4-0]
Amex Stadium, Brighton
(8,908)
Duggan (3), Aluko, J.Scott, Carney, Sanderson, Stokes, Dowie HW

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes, Fara Williams, Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze, Eni Aluko (Jade Moore), Jill Scott, Lianne Sanderson (Ellen White), Karen Carney (Natasha Dowie), Toni Duggan. (unused: Laura Bassett, Carly Telford, Alex Greenwood, Casey Stoney).

319 8 May 2014 - England 4 Ukraine 0 [1-0]
Prostar Stadium, Shrewsbury
(5,818)
Dowie (2), Aluko (2) HW

England: Siobhan Chamberlain, Alex Scott, Demi Stokes, Fara Williams, Steph Houghton, Lucy Bronze, Jade Moore, Jill Scott (Laura Bassett), Eni Aluko (Jess Clarke), Lianne Sanderson (Kelly Smith), Natasha Dowie. (unused: Laura Bassett, Carly Telford, Alex Greenwood, Casey Stoney, Sophie Bradley, Dunia Susi).

In the two UEFA Championship fixtures in Sweden, the Women's shirt had the tournament logo on the right sleeve and the UEFA RESPECT logo on the left sleeve. Then, in the six World Cup qualifying fixtures they wore the CANADA 2015 FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS logo on the right sleeve.

England's Record wearing the 2013 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 8 5 1 2 15 7 +8 2 3 1.875 0.875 68.8 +3
Total 8 5 1 2 15 7 +8 2 3 1.875 0.875 68.8 +3
 
England's Under-21 Record wearing the 2013 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 6 6 0 0 25 0 +25 0 6 4.167 0.00 100.0 +6
Away 1 1 0 0 3 1 +2 0 0 3.00 1.00 100.0 +1
Neutral 6 1 1 4 6 8 -2 2 1 1.00 1.333 25.0 -3
Total 13 8 1 4 34 9 +25 2 7 2.615 0.692 65.4 +4
 
England Women's Record wearing the 2013 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 6 5 1 0 30 1 +29 0 6 5.00 0.167 91.7 +5
Away 2 1 0 1 5 4 +1 0 1 2.50 2.00 50.0 =0
Neutral 6 2 2 2 8 7 +1 1 2 1.333 1.167 50.0 =0
Total 14 8 3 3 43 12 +31 1 9 3.071 0.857 67.9 +5


Although Joe Hart is modelling the green goalkeeping kit in this promotional shot, it was only ever worn with the red away kit. The gold kit always accompanied the white home kit, yet Hart wore the gold in the promotional shots with the red kit! Could this have been a last-minute change of plan, or an administrative cock-up?

The shirt worn by Gary Cahill on its last appearance, against Denmark.

 From Richard Clarke's 'Three Lions - England Match Worn Shirts' Facebook Collection.

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