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England's Home Uniform
March2024 to 2025

2020 Home Uniform
2022 Home Uniform
2024 Away Uniform
2026 Home Uniform
 
 
 

Men: P 4 W 1 D 1 L 2 F 2:A 3
38% successful

Women: P 4 W 2 D 1 L 1 F 6:A 4
63% successful

Description
White short-sleeved shirt with Blue Void v-necked collar overlaid with a short Blue Void winged collar. Multi-coloured St George's Cross on back of collar, consisting of a different shade of red on each of three vertical lines, and a different shade of blue on each of three horizontal lines, with both sets of lines converging on a point in the middle of the cross, and the order of the three red and blue shades reversed in the opposite half of both the horizontal and vertical sets of lines. Five-coloured stripe at the cuffs, consisting of (from the uppermost) red, orange, pink, pale-blue and Blue Void stripes, in the middle of the white cuffs. Thick Blue Void side-seam panel running from the bottom of the hem, and then down the sleeves up to, and including the cuffs. Emblem on left breast, with a white star above it. The opponent's name in capitalised black lettering below the emblem and the date in black below the opponent's name (e.g. 07.06.24 (men's) or 5 APRIL 2024 (women's)). Blue Void Swoosh on right breast, and Blue Void number on chest and back of shirt in a new three-dimensional font, with white sides, bordered in Blue Void. Small white emblem at base of each digit on back. Blue Void surname on back above the number, in a different (two-dimensional) font. Rectangular black label on left hip. ENGINEERED in large gold capitalised letters, occupying two-thirds of the upper left-hand side of the label and bordered in gold. Remaining third comprises a gold flower logo. Two gold lines underneath above a ten-character serial number in gold. DRI-FIT ADV in capitalised pure-platinum lettering on right hip on the back of the shirt.

Blue Void shorts, with a Blue Void drawstring and five-coloured horizontal stripe at the front and back of the hem, excluding the continuation of the Blue Void side-streams from the shirt, and consisting of (from the uppermost) red, orange, pink, pale-blue and Blue Void stripes, in the middle of the white hem. White number on left thigh in same font as on the shirt, but with Blue Void sides, bordered in white, and white Swoosh below it. Emblem on right thigh.

White socks with a five-coloured stripe across the tops, consisting of (from the uppermost) red, orange, pink, light-blue and Blue Void stripes, and a Blue Void Swoosh below it. Multi-coloured St George's Cross on back of calf, consisting of a different shade of red on each of three vertical lines, and a different shade of blue on each of three horizontal lines, with both sets of lines converging on a point in the middle of the cross, and the order of the three red and blue shades reversed in the opposite half of both the horizontal and vertical sets of lines. Pure-platinum stripes along the heels, soles and sides of the feet, reaching a point across the middle of the top of the sock from the left instep and behind it from the right, with a pure-platinum panel on the soles underneath the toes. LEFT (or RIGHT) | (abbreviation for size e.g. SM for small, MD for medium, LG for large) in navy-blue capitalised lettering across the toes.

Men's
Variations
  • The names of England's opponents, as they appeared beneath the emblem, were BRAZIL, DENMARK, ICELAND and SERBIA.

  • On the shirt's first appearance, against Brazil, Ezri Konsa's number-twelve shirt did not have the embedded emblem at the base of the number-two on the back of his shirt.

  • Against Iceland, England wore an alternative pair of white shorts, with five-coloured horizontal stripe at the front and back of the hem, excluding the continuation of the Blue Void side-streams from the shirt, and consisting of (from the uppermost) red, orange, pink, pale-blue and Blue Void stripes, in the middle of the hem. Blue Void number on left thigh in same font as on the shirt, but with white sides, bordered in Blue Void, and Blue Void Swoosh below it. Emblem on right thigh.

  • In the European Championship finals tournament, England wore the competition logo on the right sleeve and the 'UEFA FOUNDATION for children' logo on the left sleeve.

Most Appearances 4 - Phil Foden, Declan Rice, John Stones, Kyle Walker
  • Declan Rice spent the longest time on the pitch.
Top Scorers 1 - Jude Bellingham, Harry Kane
Captains 3 - Harry Kane
1 - Kyle Walker
Armbands
  • Kyle Walker wore the UEFA RESPECT logo on a light-green armband against Brazil, whilst Harry Kane wore a rainbow-coloured armband with CAPTAIN in black, against Iceland, and a blue armband featuring the UEFA RESPECT logo in the European Championship finals matches.

Women's
Variations
  • The names of England's opponents, as they appeared beneath the emblem, were FRANCE, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND and SWEDEN.
  • In the UEFA Women's European Championship qualification matches, England wore the UEFA EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS logo on the right sleeve and the 'We Play Strong' and 'UEFA FOUNDATION for children' logos on the left sleeve.
Most Appearances  
Top Scorers

2 - Alessia Russo

1 - Alex Greenwood (pen), Lauren James, Beth Mead, Georgia Stanway

Captains

3 - Leah Williamson

1 - Keira Walsh

Armbands
  • England's captains wore a rainbow-coloured armband with CAPTAIN in black in the first two games, and C in white in both games against France.

 

Following five years of separate designs, the new release for Euro 2024 was a combined one for both male and female teams, though the women's kit featured differences to the chest, sleeves and waist to make it more comfortable for the female athlete.

The previous men's kit had only been used for 14 months and the women's for just ten months, but they were combined with a view to continued future joint-releases at, presumably, two-year intervals, prior to the major men's tournaments, in even-numbered years.

There was a big media debate leading up to the first game, in which the multi-coloured St George's Crosses caused a furore, with even politicians, including the Prime Minister, joining in to state that Nike should not have interfered with the colours of the national flag, despite the fact that the Umbro kits of 2010-11 had earlier changed the colours without any major discourse.

It was aired in a match for the first time on 20 March 2024 as the Under-17s took on Northern Ireland at St George's Park, beating them 5-1.

Matches in which England wore the 2024 Home White Uniform
Season 2023-24

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Gareth Southgate

Friendly matches
1052 23 March 2024 - England 0 Brazil 1 [0-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (83,664)
Endrick  HL
1055 7 June 2024 - England 0 Iceland 1 [0-1]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London (81,410)
Þorsteinsson HL
England wore all white - the white home shirt and socks with the alternative white shorts, against Iceland.
European Championship Finals in Germany
1056 16 June 2024 - Serbia 0 England 1 [0-1]
Veltins Arena, Erle, Gelsenkirchen (48,953)
Bellingham NW
England wore all white - the white home shirt and socks with the alternative white shorts, against Serbia.
1057 20 June 2024 - Denmark 1 England 1 [1-1]
Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt am Main (46,177)
Hjulmand
Kane
ND

Worn by 24 Players
Trent Alexander-Arnold Jude Bellingham Jarrod Bowen Ben Chilwell
Lewis Dunk Eberechi Eze Phil Foden Conor Gallagher
Joe Gomez Anthony Gordon Marc Guéhi Harry Kane
Ezri Konsa Harry Maguire Kobbie Mainoo Cole Palmer
Marcus Rashford Declan Rice Bukayo Saka John Stones
Ivan Toney Kieran Trippier Kyle Walker Ollie Watkins

 

Matches in which England Under-21 wore the 2024 Home White Uniform
Season 2023-24

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Lee Carsley
UEFA Under-21 Championship 2025 Preliminary matches (group F)
434 22 March 2024 - Azerbaijan 1 England 5 [-]
Azərsun Arena, Baku
(tbc)
Nasirli
Elliott (2) , Madueke, Philogene, Gray
AW
England: J.Trafford, Rico Lewis (B.Norton-Cuffy), C.Doyle, T.Harwood-Bellisᶜ, T.Morton, J.Philogene (J.Bynoe-Gittens), J.McAtee (A.Gray), S.Madueke (S.Iling-Junior), H.Elliott (A.Scott), M.Rogers, N.Wood.
England wore all white - the white home shirt and socks with the alternative white shorts, against Azerbaijan.
435 26 March 2024 - England 7 Luxembourg 0 [2-0]
Toughsheet Community Stadium, Bolton
(11,620)
Madueke (2), Iling-Junior (2), Bynoe-Gittens, Rogers (2) HW
England: S.Tickle, A.Gray (B.Norton-Cuffy), J.Quansah, T.Harwood-Bellisᶜ (T.Mengi), S.Iling-Junior (C.Doyle), H.Elliott, J.Stansfield (M.Rogers), A.Scott, J.McAtee (A.Wharton), S.Madueke, J.Bynoe-Gittens.

 

Matches in which England Women wore the 2024 Home White Uniform
Season 2023-24

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Sarina Wiegman
UEFA Women's European Championship 2025 Preliminary matches (group A3)
465 5 April 2024 - England 1 Sweden 1 [1-0]
The National Stadium, Wembley, London
(63,248)
Russo
Rolfö
HD
466 9 April 2024 - Republic of Ireland 0 England 2 [0-2]
Aviva Stadium, Ballsbridge, Dublin
(32,742)
James, Greenwood (pen) AW
467 31 May 2024 - England 1 France 2 [1-1]
St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
(42,561)
Mead
De Almeida, Katoto
HL
468 4 June 2024 - France 1 England 2 [0-2]
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint Étienne
(10,194)
Diani (pen)
Stanway, Russo
AW

England's Record wearing the 2024 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 0 0 2 0 2 -2 2 0 0.00 1.00 0.0 -2
Away                          
Neutral 2 1 1 0 2 1 +1 0 1 1.00 0.50 75.0 +1
Total 4 1 1 2 2 3 -1 2 1 0.50 0.750 37.5 -1

 

England's Under-21 Record wearing the 2024 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 1 1 0 0 7 0 +7 0 1 7.00 0.00 100.0 +1
Away 1 1 0 0 5 1 +4 0 0 5.00 1.00 100.0 +1
Neutral                          
Total 2 2 0 0 12 1 +11 0 6.00 0.50 100.0 +2

 

England Women's Record wearing the 2024 Home Shirt
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home 2 0 1 1 2 3 -1 0 0 1.00 1.50 25.0 -1
Away 2 2 0 0 4 1 +3 0 1 2.00 0.50 100.0 +2
Neutral                          
Total 4 2 1 1 6 4 +2 0 1 1.50 1.00 62.5 +1


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