The real story behind the World Cup-winning home shirt for the new century
After a decade of dominance at the top, the old guard of English football is about to be replaced by a new breed of players.
This time around, the new generation will have a brand-new kit.
The new home shirt is the one worn by England in Brazil and Brazilians everywhere are going to be looking to their old favourite.
The new kit is a replica of the old shirt, with the new design having a darker background and the stripes cut in a more straight line.
It’s also a more casual design, featuring a collar and sleeves and a slight change to the design on the inside of the collar, with a different shade of green on the collar.
It also has the old-style sleeve design, which is now a single stripe running down the side of the shirt.
The shirt’s collar is a much more subtle design, with no outline, and it’s only visible when it’s worn over a sleeveless top.
The socks are made from a cotton-poly blend, with more subtle details such as a small pocket on the back.
There’s also an extra layer of padding underneath the socks.
There is a slight difference in the front and back of the sleeves, which has been made lighter to make it easier to get on the field in the dark.
The stripes in the shirt are also lighter, but they are now more pronounced and a darker green is now on the outside of the sleeve.
There are also more stripes on the sleeve, which are slightly wider, and they are a darker shade of blue, which helps to emphasise the shirt’s darker background.
The design is simple but effective, and while the colour palette is a bit too dark, it’s an improvement from the old shirts.
The collar is also made of a softer material, but this time around it’s a darker grey.
Overall, the design is much more straightforward than before.
The front of the jersey is made of two layers of a darker colour, with two more on the sleeves and collar.
The back of it is made up of a light grey and a dark grey, with another dark grey at the front.
It has more of a traditional collar and sleeve design.
The whole kit is now made up from the collar and the sleeves.
The two main parts of the front are made up entirely of black and a grey that runs from the bottom of the neck to the front of each collar.
On the back, the jersey has a darker version of the blue from the sleeves with a black stripe running along the side.
The jersey has an additional dark grey strip running down one sleeve and down the back of one collar.
There also appears to be a grey stripe running up the backside of one sleeve.
England are the new home kit of Brazil.
Here is the new shirt for Brazil.