England women will wear a specially designed kit for the summer’s World Cup – the first time that they will have had one different to the adult men’s team.
They’ve further warm up games against Spain, Denmark and New Zealand.
“It’s is great to observe kits designed specifically around in mind,” explained Lionesses forwards Fran Kirby explained.
“your home kit looks really timeless, while the design of this off is equally new and exciting “
The home top would be the conventional white with red cuffs, as the textures include hand-drawn prints reflecting the floral symbol of English counties.
The floral pattern dominates the complete away kit, that will be dark reddish and comprises the cross of St George into the top.
Each one is made from 1 2 recycled plastic bottles, that has been the case with Nike football kits since 2010.
Baroness Sue Campbell, the Football Association’s manager of women’s football, said:”It is the first time our women’s team experienced their very own unique and exclusive fittings, which can be just a real marker of advancement plus also an indicator of how much the profile of their women’s match has grown in this country.”
The Women’s World Cup begins in France on June, with Phil Neville’s Lionesses in a bunch together with Scotland, Argentina and Japan.