England was due to unveil its new kit this month before Euro 2020 this summer.
But, with the tournament now officially over, it remains to be seen if the new band will be released - although judging from a fan reaction, this may not be a bad thing.
Euro 2020 was pushed back for a full year this week, after the coronavirus outbreak left the first European leagues wondering when they will end.
All domestic action was postponed until April at the earliest, which means that appraisals in the Premier League and La Liga will not end until this summer.
This means that England, who looked like one of the tournament favorites, will have to delay their preparations for the tournament.
And that could also include the launch of the new set, which mainly drew fan criticism when "leaks" appeared on the tape at the end of last year.
Made by Nike, of course, the controversial design featured funky zigzags on the sides of the shirt with a red and blue, and the Three Lions ridge placed directly above the Nike logo on the middle of the chest.
Supporters made all kinds of dismissive complaints, with one label of the "worst kit in our history", while another said it "looks very atypical."
Gareth Southgate, the manager of the three lei, sent a heartfelt letter to the fans on Friday, urging them not to be disappointed that this summer's competition will not go ahead and focus on our loved ones around us.
He wrote: "When we play again as a team in England, it will be at a time when not only our country but the rest of the world is on the road to recovery.
"We hope that we will be closer to each other than ever and we are ready for the beautiful fun that football can bring.
"To play in a European Championship next summer will still be possible for all our team, so we should not spend another moment thinking about postponing the competition.
"I am convinced that, when this moment comes, I will never be prouder to be a leader."