Fans gearing up for the football World Cup in Brazil this summer can now get their hands on the new England strip, which has been revealed today.
The kit has a retro look, with the white 'home' shirt featuring an overlapping, V-neck.
The tournament will get underway on June 12, when hosts Brazil take on Croatia.
Fans will have to wait until June 14 for England's quest for the cup to get underway, when they take on Italy, before games against Uruguay and Costa Rica.
The retro-style V-neck collar
The new shirt is completely white, doing away with blue and red embelishments common in recent designs.
Meanwhile, the 'away', red shirt also does away with any major embelishments, returning to a simpler style.
Could it be to remind us of the simple red and white shirts worn by Bobby Moore and company in 1966?