Pics: Here's the kit that England will be wearing at the World Cup this summer
Will it be all-white on the night for our neighbours in this get up?
Almost all of the 32 countries for this summer's football feast in Brazil have now officially released their kits. While we doubt anything will beat the Belgian efforts (we're still waiting for some kindly sports shop to send us some to try out) we feel it is our duty to bring you each and every one as they appear.
And this morning, one of the few we had yet to see, England's, was officially unveiled by Nike. Colour wise it isn't much of a surprise. 'Inspired' by the kit worn in 1970, their home kit is all white, from jersey to socks. Handy in the sunshine of Brazil at least.
Their away kit is the classic red, as worn in the 1966 World Cup final.
To be honest, we're not huge fans of the collars on both these kits but if we were England fans, we'd be happy enough that Nike kept it simple this time around.