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England’s Stunning Euro 2024 Kits and Predicted Squad Numbers

IMAGO Image ID: 0355646912 - LONDON, UK - August 2022: Three lions national emblem badge on England kits.

Euro 2024 kicks off on June 14, with England’s first game against Serbia on June 16. Here are England’s home and away kits, and the best squad numbers to get printed.

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England’s Stunning Euro 2024 Kits

The Home Strip

The home shirt is a more simplistic design than last year, plain white with a navy trim. To match this, the badge is the same shade as the trim rather than the bright blue of 2022.

For the second year running, the crest has been moved back to the traditional left-breast placement rather than being central as it was in 2020/21.

A collar is another new addition, with players like Harvey Elliott styling it with the collar up. Similarly, in another Nike kit, Endrick wore his collar up for Brazil when they played England at Wembley Stadium.

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Red and blue are the colours of the trim on the cuffs, which an FA spokesperson revealed “is inspired by the training gear worn by England’s 1966 heroes”. These colours also feature on the back of the collar.

The shirt itself looks similar to the 1992 kit, in the shade of navy that has been chosen and the stylish collar. Its general simplicity allows it to be styled with a casual outfit rather than just being sportswear.

It will of course be worn with navy blue shorts and white socks.

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The Away Strip

Following this theme of simplicity, the away shirt is a very dark shade of purple that almost looks black.

The “Three Lions” in the badge are gold, as is the Nike logo. This design is very elegant and classy, perfect for anyone wanting to subtly show off their football “drip”.

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The side panels are filled with shapes inspired by the English flag, in the colours of gold, blue, and maroon.

An intricate design similar to pinstripes tops off this subtly beautiful shirt.

England’s away shorts and socks are both the same dark shade as the top, making the ten outfield players look like a stealthy, mysterious unit.

Player Numbers

A name and number can put the cherry on top of these classy kits. However, it can be tricky to know who will wear which number.

There will be a 23-man squad for Euro 2024, rather than the 26-man squad that was allowed for Euro 2020 and the 2022 World Cup following the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that the player numbers will run 1-23. Here are the best, nailed-on player numbers to get on the back of your shirt.

Harry Kane – 9

Harry Kane has worn the number nine for England in every major tournament since Euro 2016, his first.

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The England captain would be a fine name to sport, and he is in great form this season. Scoring an incredible 39 goals in 40 games in his Bayern Munich debut season, the striker is expected to be a key cog in Gareth Southgate’s bid for silverware this summer.

Kane has won the World Cup Golden Boot before and will be gunning for a European Championship Golden Boot in Germany, his new home.

Bukayo Saka – 7

Jack Grealish wore the number seven at the World Cup but hasn’t been in the most recent England camp.

Whilst Phil Foden has worn the number in some international breaks, we expect Saka to be allowed to wear it as he does for Arsenal.

The starboy will start most games: he has that right-wing nailed down.

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Furthermore, he has shone in tournaments before: particularly impressing at a young age at Euro 2020 (played in 2021).

Jude Bellingham – 10

Despite wearing the number five for Real Madrid, Jude Bellingham wears the number ten for England.

Another historic number, worn by many greats like Wayne Rooney, owning a shirt with England’s number ten will hold many memories.

The 20-year-old has been having an outstanding season in Spain, scoring 20 goals from various positions. He will certainly become a global superstar.


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