New England Football Kit 2013-2014- Nike England Home Jersey 13-14

This is the new England Nike kit 2013/14, England’s first new strip by Nike after the conclusion of the Three Lions’ earlier deal with Umbro. The new England 2013/2014 top was first revealed by Arsenal star Jack Wilshere on May 20, 2013 and bears more than a striking resemblance to the old West Germany kit from the years gone by

This shirt, featuring a gold star and ribbon, is expected to be worn for the first time when England face Ireland later this month.

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49 thoughts on “New England Football Kit 2013-2014- Nike England Home Jersey 13-14

  1. Sean

    Designed in < 5 minutes and the Germans are going to have a field day with this.

    Just like the black top designed for RWC 2011 that invited a comparison with the AB jersey.

  2. cantona

    indeed, would better fit the german team. poor, really poor job by nike!

    was looking forward to that one, this jersey is one of the best-selled sport jersey worldwide and they don’t put more effort in it?

  3. Dzulfadli Afiq

    What are England FA and nike are doing ? They create a boring and simple jersey . For an international kit like England they must design a awesome kit . For this kit , I also can make it .

  4. Dan

    I like simplistic kits but not this one, there’s nothing there no effort what so effort, it looks like they just took the England badge, add the 150 years to it and stuck it to any old Nike shirt. Just rubbish and were stuck with kits like this for some time now.

  5. Football Kit News Post author

    Don’t think so. Given the rate at which they’ve been churned out, there ought to be another one for the WC. Fleece the poor fan, that’s the motto.

  6. yorkshireimp

    Even though the shirt is rubbish and I can’t wait for a new manufacturer when the deal runs out in 2018.
    I get the feeling its Nike who have been shafted, paying £25 million a year to the FA; there’s no way they are going to recoup that sort of money through sales.

  7. chelsea2000s

    Its a big improvement on the last kit which was very boring all whime fte nice to see the navy shorts again, my all time favourite kit is the england kit from euro 2004 which had a bit of all three colours in it.

  8. Liam

    This is one of the nicest kits we’ve had how can you all say it looks rubbish? Umbro were crap the kits were horrendous, Nike make much better quality material. I bet you still go out and buy it, I hope we remain with Nike forever they make the best kits! West Germany wore white with black collar and black tips on the sleeves this is white with a navy collar, Its a great kit end of.

  9. James

    Didn’t realise that Germans copyrighted the white t shirt with dark collar look? Looks like an Aston Villa away shirt from a few seasons back or a USA strip too…

  10. reupp

    um well considering the rivalry england have toward germany its funny that the shirt looks so much like the german one :
    @James

  11. giovani

    f*** the american brand nike!
    i don’t like to see nike eveywhere, is like pijamas …you find pijamas in every bed

  12. Gid

    I think the general feeling on this shirt is “could have done better”
    As someone who, like many others on this type of website, loves footie shirts well the good ones anyway, was a touch excited and sceptic over the rebranding of the England shirt. In my personal opinion the past two home shirts have been lame ducks. More so the one with all the multi coloured crosses all over it.
    This shirt reeks of no effort, it’s inoffensive and pushes no boundaries. I guess the old argument is there about “well what do you expect out of a white shirt?” But you know, it’s kinda, surely what the design team are there for. The less said about the Goalkeepers template the better. Since Nike would have had a good idea that they were going to get this deal with England for a good while knowing their stake they had with Umbro would pretty much guarantee it, it’s almost like they’ve kind of just let the release date sneak up on them and take them by surprise.
    Having said that, given the life expectancy of kits these days, why throw their best efforts into a kit that probably won’t make the worlds showcase next year. It’s almost guaranteed that there will be a new home shirt for Brazil. It’s alright so when it goes for a tenner in a Mike Ashley owned unnamed store I’ll probably acquired it but there is no way I’m paying top dollar (an RRP of 60 quid in un/said shop) for something that each and every one of us could have designed.
    To Nike, please next time try harder… Or just, you know… Actually try.

    Please?

  13. golyanovo

    people really seem to have forgotten that the classic england colours are white & navy blue? plus, i’d much rather have this clean 60s/70s vibe than anything 90s inspired.

  14. Aaron Gilbert

    So what it’s not best or nicest kits we’ve had… But who cares really don’t natter if we okay in worlds nicest kits its how the players play in the field I couldn’t care if the played in pink and yellow aslong as they bring back football to its true home…. Stop moaning about a kit support you country

  15. shane

    i agree it may look a bit plain but once the navy blue numbers go on the kit it will look alot better and not as boring, England fans should be happy with this tidy effort from Nike! i think its the nicest England kit since the Red Away world cup 06 kit! we “Ireland” are still stuck with an Inconsistent Umbro, here’s hoping we make the move to Nike also..

  16. Mike

    Just wait, this is the first kit that Nike has made for England.. Sky is the limit..

  17. EXPEDITHO IVAN

    The kits are good enough for footballers because no one goes on the pitch for show off. Let players now be motivated to do well and to bring one of major trophies like world cup.

  18. herry christian

    No details… just like schoolboy tshirt..i ithink iam gonna skip this one..

  19. macauley

    that looks like the germany type of kit i dont like it, it is quite bold and boring typical England

  20. dazzer

    why does the england kit have blue in it anyway the george s flag is just white and red

  21. dazzer

    it takes the piss no loyalty to an english brand all about the money the fa r a bunch of suit wearing fat greedy b**tards umbro has been loyal to the fa for 30 odd years that counts for nothing only money matters nowadays

  22. Paulie

    Not a bad shirt, plain but classic. No use comparing it to “boring” Germany jerseys, since they have been pushing the bounderies of football kit design since the 80’s.

  23. PeteJF

    Boring….why go back to the navy blue? No connection to the red of St. George’s cross and yes very like Germany. All white with red trim is a much better look.

  24. Adam Boulton

    looks well made,good detail on the badge but boring,bad neck,blues to dark and no red makes it look to…german.
    maybe we’ll put the penalties away for once.

  25. Drew Peacock

    YAWN! I prefer collars – with buttons, the Euro’96 home shirt was the best England shirt ever. God i’m getting old….

  26. sanz5173

    nike didnt want to spent a lot of money to design a better england kit, they know this team will not going anywhere…

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