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Where can you buy the England Euro 2020 home kit?

Where can you buy the England Euro 2020 home kit?

Where can you buy the England Euro 2020 home kit?

They look very sharp in their white kit (Image: UEFA via Getty Images)

Gareth Southgate’s England team made history by becoming the first team to reach the finals of a major tournament in 1966.

After defeating Denmark 2-1 On Wednesday, the three lei reached the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday, where they will face Italy.

With history made, football mania has reached a fever – and fans are responding by buying the England Euro 2020 football set en masse.

If you haven’t been able to pack a kit yet, where can you buy an England shirt?

Where to buy the England Euro 2020 shirt

At the time of publication, there was still stock for the children’s versions of the shirt on the England FA Shop, starting at £ 54.95.

However, they sell fast.

For men, most of the stock is depleted or to the last size for each shirt with the name of a specific player printed on the back.

England fans celebrate victory at the final whistle

The shirt became a hot commodity as England reached the final. (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Fans can still receive the Pickford goalkeeper’s shirt on the site for £ 74.95.

When asked about the possibility of replenishing the site, the customer service department issues a statement stating: “Unfortunately, we do not have stock data at this time.”

Elsewhere, England baby kits are still available at other retailers, including Sports direct for GBP 54.99.

Nike, the brand behind the England kit, still has children’s kits for sale, as well as official English training jackets, women’s tops and other accessories from England.

England fans celebrate the goal against Denmark

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So far, at Euro 2020, England has only carried its kit from home.

The only time the three lions won an important tournament was the 1966 World Cup, and in that tournament they wore white in every match, except the final.

So it will be interesting to see if Gareth decides to put the players in the red for a little extra luck.

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