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England's Uniforms



England's Home Uniform
March2016 to 2017

2014 Away Uniform
2014 Home Uniform
2016 Away Uniform
2018 Home Uniform

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White v-neck short-sleeved shirt with large geometric mesh shapes covering each breast and a row of two smaller mesh diamond shapes below each breast, aligned diagonally away from the central torso, with a third underneath. Knitted blue-grey sleeves running across the shoulders up to the collar and across the reverse, below the collar, with white and blue-grey striped cuffs. White and blue-grey striped side and back of collar, edged with a sport royal blue stripe. Thick royal blue side-seams, with white pin-stripes, running down inner sleeves right to the hem. ENGLAND in blue-grey capitalised lettering on a white panel across the back of the collar. Embroidered emblem on left breast, with blue border and a grey star above the emblem. The opponent's name in capitalised blue lettering below the emblem and the date in blue below the opponent's name (e.g. 8 OCTOBER 2016). Blue Swoosh on right breast, blue number in centre of chest and on reverse, in same font as the new red away kit, with a white border outlined in blue. White emblem at base of each number on reverse. Surname in capitalised blue lettering above number on reverse in same font. Rectangular black label on left hip with AUTHENTIC in large silver capitalised letters, with two silver lines underneath, followed by a nine-character serial number in silver below, all within a silver border occupying two-thirds of the left-hand side of the label. Remaining third comprises a black Swoosh, with a black line underneath, followed by 2016 in black below, all on a silver background of interlocking diamond shapes. DRI-FIT in capitalised grey lettering embroidered onto right hip.

White shorts. Thick blue seams, with white pin-stripes. DRI-FIT in capitalised grey lettering embroidered onto right hip. Blue number on left thigh, in same font as on shirt, with blue Swoosh underneath. Embroidered emblem on right thigh, with blue border.

Challenge red socks with a blue Swoosh on shin. 32 blue lines on back of calf, getting progressively shorter after the first 16, mirroring the shape of the calf muscle. The central section of each line is a thicker and brighter blue, apart from the lowest four lines which are made up only of the thinner and lighter blue. Patterned grey fleck footings, with red and black lines running across the soles.

Against the Netherlands, England's captain, James Milner wore a plain pink armband. In the next three friendly fixtures, the armband was red. Against Turkey, it was red with the opponent's name in capitalised white lettering and the date in white below the opponent's name, whilst against Portugal it was plain red and against Spain, the opponent's name and date were displayed in blue. The armbands worn in the three European Championship matches by Wayne Rooney were blue and featured the NO TO RACISM and UEFA RESPECT logos. For the World Cup qualification fixtures and against France, the captain wore a blue armband featuring a white C.

  • Against Netherlands, England wore the 'breast cancer care' logo on the right sleeve and the match details on the shirt were white i.e. non-contrasting.

  • The names of England's opponents, as they appeared beneath the emblem, were FRANCE, ICELAND, LITHUANIA, MALTA, NETHERLANDS, PORTUGAL, RUSSIA, SCOTLAND, SLOVAKIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, TURKEY and WALES.

  • For the European Championship final tournament, the venue was displayed in blue beneath the date (LENS, MARSEILLE and NICE).

  • In the three European Championship matches, England had the tournament logo embroidered onto the right sleeve, and the UEFA RESPECT logo on the left sleeve.

  • For the World Cup qualification matches, England had the QUALIFIERS FIFA WORLD CUP RUSSIA 2018 logo on the right sleeve, and the European Qualifiers and UEFA RESPECT logos on the left sleeve.

  • Dele Alli switched to wearing his forename (DELE) on the back of his shirt from the beginning of the 2016-17 season.

  • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain only included his paternal family name (CHAMBERLAIN) on his shirts.

  • In the away games against France and Lithuania, England wore an alternative pair of white socks, with a blue Swoosh on the shin.

Most Appearances

12 - Eric Dier (1 sub), Kyle Walker (1 sub)

11 - Dele Alli (1 sub), Gary Cahill, Raheem Sterling (2 sub)

  • 33 players have worn this shirt.

  • Walker spent the longest time on the pitch.

  • Six players have made their first international appearance in this shirt.

  • After breaking England's outfield appearances record, Wayne Rooney won his 119th and last cap against Scotland.

  • James Milner won the last of his 61 caps against Russia in the European Championship.

Top Scorers

5 - Harry Kane (2 pens.), Jamie Vardy

3 - Daniel Sturridge

  • Chris Smalling is the only player to score his first international goal, whilst wearing this shirt.

  • Wayne Rooney scored a record 53rd international goal, his last for England, to give them an early lead in the ill-fated encounter with Iceland.

  • 9 other players may have already scored their last international goal in this kit.

  • Three different players took penalties for England in this kit (Kane, Adam Lallana and Rooney).


6 - Wayne Rooney

3 - Harry Kane

2 - Jordan Henderson

1 - Gary Cahill, James Milner

  • Milner made his only appearance as captain, against the Netherlands.

  • Rooney continued to captain his country through the disappointing European Championship campaign and to the end of his international career, when he was replaced by Henderson and Kane.

  • Goalkeeper, Joe Hart also captained his country during this period.


A ground-breaking new style of England kit was released on 17 March 2016 in the form of both home and away versions. There were eye-catching blue-grey sleeves, together with red socks, worn for the first time in the first-choice kit since 1962 (though intended as a reminder of the 1984 victory in Rio).

Despite the startling shake-up to England's traditional colour combinations, the two kits were just more examples of Nike's Vapor template, a familiar sight at the 2016 European Championship. Both finalists had almost identical Vapor designs in different colours.

England, meanwhile, were settling into a worrying pattern of under-achievement. They had a young team of Premier League talents that beat all four of the Euro 2016 semi-finalists in the run-up to (and including Wales, during) the tournament, yet they were out-fought, both mentally and physically by an Iceland team that had far exceeded its own expectations. England were left like a terrified bunch of rabbits caught in the headlights.

Clearly, Gareth Southgate had a lot of work to do to restore some pride and give England back the belief that it does have the ability to compete on the world stage.

  • The all-white kit (with blue-grey sleeves) was also worn when England won the 2017 Under-20 World Cup in South Korea, beating Venezuela, 1-0 in the final in Suwon. Match details were added beneath the emblem for the only time in the tournament, and they included the venue, as per the details worn at Euro 2016. The players wore the FIFA fair play logo on the left sleeve and the FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP KOREA REP. 2017 logo on the right sleeve. England captain, Lewis Cook wore a yellow armband, with FIFA MY GAME IS FAIR PLAY in blue.

  • This kit was worn again when England won the 2017 UEFA Under-19 Championship in Georgia, beating Portugal, 2-1 in the final in Gori. Match details were added beneath the emblem for the only time in the tournament, but did not include the venue. Some players switched to shirts without any match details for the second half. The UEFA RESPECT logo was worn on the left sleeve and the tournament logo on the right sleeve. England captain, Jay Dasilva wore a blue armband which featured the NO TO RACISM and UEFA RESPECT logos.

The shirt issued to Gary Cahill for the game with Russia
(from Richard Clarke's 'Three Lions - England Match Worn Shirts' Facebook Collection).

Matches in which England wore the 2016 Home White Uniform
Season 2015-16


Roy Hodgson

Pre-European Championship Friendlies
952 29 March 2016 - England 1 Netherlands 2 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Janssen (pen), Narsingh
953 22 May 2016 - England 2 Turkey 1 [1-1]
Etihad Stadium, Eastlands, Manchester
Kane, Vardy
955 2 June 2016 - England 1 Portugal 0 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Smalling HW


European Championship Finals in France
956 11 June 2016 - Russia 1 England 1 [0-0]
Le Stade Vélodrome, Saint-Giniez, Marseille (62,343)
957 16 June 2016 - England 2 Wales 1 [0-1]
Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Avenue Alfred Maes, L
ens (34,033)
Vardy, Sturridge
959 27 June 2016 - England 1 Iceland 2 [1-2]
Allianz Riviera, Saint-Isodore, Nice
Rooney (pen)
R.Sigurdsson, Sigborsson
Season 2016-17


Gareth Southgate
World Cup Preliminaries
961 8 October 2016 - England 2 Malta 0 [2-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (81,781)
Sturridge, Alli HW
963 11 November 2016 - England 3 Scotland 0 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (87,258)
Sturridge, Lallana, Cahill HW


964 15 November 2016 - England 2 Spain 2 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
Lallana (pen), Vardy
Iogas Aspas, Isco


World Cup Preliminary
966 26 March 2017 - England 2 Lithuania 0 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (77,690)
Defoe, Vardy HW


968 13 June 2017 - France 3 England 2 [2-1]
Stade de France, ZAC du Cornillon Nord, Saint-Denis (75,000)
Umtiti, Sidibé, Dembélé
Kane (2 (1 pen))

England wore all white, with blue-grey sleeves - the white home shirt and shorts with the alternative white socks, against France.

Season 2017-18


World Cup Preliminaries
970 4 September 2017 - England 2 Slovakia 1 [1-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (67,823)
Dier, Rashford HW
971 5 October 2017 - England 1 Slovenia 0 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (61,598)
Kane HW
972 8 October 2017 - Lithuania 0 England 1 [0-1]
LFF stadionas, Naujininkai, Vilnius (5,400)
Kane (pen) AW

England wore all white, with blue-grey sleeves - the white home shirt and shorts with the alternative white socks, against Lithuania.


Other match in which England wore the 2016 Red Socks
Season 2016-17


Gareth Southgate
World Cup Preliminary
967 10 June 2017 - Scotland 2 England 2 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Hampden Park, Glasgow (48,520)
Griffiths (2)
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kane

England wore all red, with maroon sleeves - the red away shirt and shorts with the red home socks, against Scotland.


England's Record wearing the 2016 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 9 7 1 1 16 6 +10 0 5 1.778 0.667 83.3 +6
Away 2 1 0 1 3 3 =0 0 1 1.50 1.50 50.0 =0
Neutral 3 1 1 1 4 4 =0 0 0 1.333 1.333 50.0 =0
Total 14 9 2 3 23 13 +10 0 6 1.643 0.929 71.4 +6