The 2009/11 Home England Football Shirt sponsored by Umbro features the iconic Three Lions and will be worn at the 2010 World Cup. The white retro inspired England Football Shirt for 2009/11 has been worn by current players David Beckham, Wayne Rooney and John Terry in their successful 2010 World Cup Qualification. The traditional red Away England Football Shirt is similar to that worn by Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst when they lifted the 1966 World Cup.
The England Home Shirt 2009/11 manufactured by England’s official sponsor Umbro uses ideas of classic tailoring and modern technology and design to create an England Football Shirt in which style meets performance. The 2009/11 Home Shirt features a new Three Lions badge, climate control fabric and underarm and lumbar zone ventilation to form a classic look with all the aspects of modern football shirts. It was back in 1924 when Umbro founder Harold Humphreys brought the art of bespoke tailoring to the world of football, and called the result sportswear.
The 2008/10 Away England Football Shirt is designed in the classic red colour, and England fans will be hoping that it brings them more luck than the grey kit worn at Euro 1996, which as a result led to the deviation away from traditional red becoming very unpopular. Most recently the shirt has become 2008/10 England Away Shirt has become famous as it was the shirt worn by David Beckham when he received his 100th cap against France in 2008. The red England Away Shirt is off course most famously remembered in the 1966 World Cup when Bobby Moore lifted the Jules Rimet Trophy wearing the red England shirt.