The England women's team tried to be a little bolder with the equipment for the euro and it seems that it will bear fruit. Rumors about home equipment for women in England Euro 2022 has been leaked on the trusted site Football titles, which also leaked the news that the Gunners are going pink next season. The set will be blue for the first time in their history and it looks like it will be more than just a glow or a highlight.
Nike, the world's largest football team maker, has begun to be more creative in recent years, choosing not to go for a simple design. For England's Euro 2020 outfit, they made the controversial decision to put the badge back in its usual place, and now it looks like it could make a bolder choice for the women's Euro.
Footy Headlines initially thought the kit design would be for the long-awaited Qatar World Cup and, as a result, it would be for the men's team. However, after further analysis, they found that the kit was intended to remain in England and for the Euro in the summer of 2022. You may have to wait a few more months to see what Nike has in store for Qatar, but For now, you can enjoy some pictures with an aesthetically pleasing kit for the Lioness.
ENGLISH WOMEN 2022 HOME KIT
The set will include a "Iridescent logo", a style that has been used by Manchester City's flagship away team this season and many other clubs in recent years. What is particularly interesting, however, is that this is probably the first time that any English equipment has this type of logo. However, this seems to be the main change, with white still remaining a key element of the kit.
Are you interested in buying this kit? Well, you may have to wait, because the kit will probably not appear in the store in England until around March or April, a few months before the start of the euro. However, the kit is likely to be sold in both men's and women's sizes, allowing you to wear the kit no matter who you are. Aside from the iridescence, not much is known about the kit, however, we can theorize that there will probably be a blue tone under the players' names and maybe the numbers. So, that's all I can think of in the new direction of the Leoaice kit?