5. 1998 Home
The kit that was worn in one of the most dramatic World Cup games England have ever played. France ’98 against Argentina. Michael Owen scored one of the greatest ever World Cup goals to put England 2-1 up in Saint-Etienne. Then, that kick. David Beckham was sent off and England went out on penalties…again. The ’98 shirt has a navy collar, with small England badge, feint detail stripes and navy and red detail on the ribs. You can also get legends printing on your shirt with Shearer, Scholes or Beckham.
As worn by David Beckham for his 2nd most famous free-kick for England. Lens, 1998, the opponents were Colombia, when he bent one top bin to put England 2-0 up. The shirt has dark red toned stripes, with a large England flag on the chest as well as more down the main stripe, blue collar and classic 3 lions badge on the chest.
Our favourite away shirt. Worn by greats such as Butcher, Keegan, Robson and Wilkins, this is a stunner. Red shirt, with blue and white stripes above the collar, large England crest, white and red cuff detail and no collar. If you’re not feelin’ the new England Away kit, this definitely needs to be in your locker.
The most iconic England shirt ever? England’s best World Cup performance in our lives (for most of us), Italia ’90. Those tears from Gazza, Pearce’s missed penalty and that David Platt goal against the Belgians. England’s 1990 World Cup campaign had it all. The kit has it all as well, all white with navy collar, button, and nice detailing around the sleeves. There will be a lot of these around the streets of England this summer!
1. 1982 Home
Number 1, just based on how sick it looks. If you haven’t managed to get your hands on the England pre-match top this year, you need this shirt in your life. Plain white, navy and red detail across the chest and shoulders and sleeve and classic England crest. Most famously worn by England legend Bryan Robson, if you’re going to Russia or just watching England with your mates, you need to be rocking this, this summer.