England Home Shirt 2010 with Sheringham 10 printing


England Home Shirt 2010 with Sheringham 10 printingEngland Home Shirt 2010 with Sheringham 10 Printing Teddy Sheringham is a retired English  footballer. Sheringham played for the English national team as a striker,The fresh new 2010/11 England Home kit builds on the tailoring, style and performance elements of the previous 2009/10 home and current away kits. Inspired by an increasingly diverse England, Saville has created a new fabric print on the shoulder panels of the new England home shirt that is a reflection of his vision of modern England.  Made up of different interpretations of the classic St George’s cross symbol, the pattern is displayed through the repetition of four different coloured crosses that are evocative of the basting stitches synonymous with bespoke tailoring.The traditional red cross is still present alongside blue and green ones, which are colours present in the official England team crest. These have been joined by a purple cross, a blend of all the three previous colours to accentuate diversity.  The conceptual change visually reflects modern England in a noticeable step forward from the current all white kit.The shirt takes its inspiration from the more formal classic shirts of England’s footballing past. Umbro has developed a new longer, more open neckline for the shirt, building on the square neckline that was designed for the away shirt but allowing additional movement across the chest, keeping its shape especially when a player is running.

Price – GBP27.99



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