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12 Most Iconic England Kits Of All Time

Icons the likes of Charlton, Moore & Beckham have donned the England shirt. But which design was most iconic? 🤔👇🏼

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1. 2002 Home

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This Umbro number was worn by the England team between 2001 and 2003 as the official home kit. It was worn by David Beckham when he scored his famous long-range free kick against Greece in 2001 which secured qualification for the 2002 World Cup.

2. 1984-88 Home

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This simple and well-aged Umbro kit was worn by the team between 1984 to 1988 and was the first by Umbro after the Admiral era which lasted 1974-1983. The basic design was a departure from the fussy designs of the Admiral kits.

3. 2013/14 Home

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This might not be the most nostalgic of kits, not least because of its relative lack of age, but it was certainly one of, it not the, most stylish kit England ever donned. It was worn by the team in the 2014 World Cup qualification matches by the likes of Gerrard and Rooney, as seen above and was Nike’s first solo design for England after taking over from Nike-owned Umbro, who produced kits from 2009-2013.

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