As for the away kit, it takes inspiration from the famous 1966 kit that Sir Alf Ramsey's side wore when they beat West Germany in the World Cup final.
England have launched their new 2018 home and away kits that they hope to wear on their way to glory at the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.
The ceremony featured a couple of Super Eagles stars, among which includes captain John Obi Mikel, Wilfred Ndidi, Alex Iwobi, and Kelechi Iheanacho.
The away kit, a neon and white retro design on the body, and dark green chevrons on a white background on the arms, received a more muted response.
The home shirt has a red trim around the neck and goes with blue shorts and white socks.
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Brought to life by Nike, the team behind the jersey is however said to have been Nigerian.
With so many iconic kits making their debuts at previous World Cups, brands are all hoping they are able to create "a classic" strip. "When football is on, everything stops".
"With Nigeria, we wanted to tap into the attitude of the nation", notes Dan Farron, Nike Football Design Director.
However you feel about England's new sartorial release, I think we can all agree it's not a patch on Nigeria's effort.