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Where can you still buy the EURO 2020 England home kit?

Where can you still buy the EURO 2020 England home kit?

Where can you still buy the EURO 2020 England home kit?

England’s success so far in the EURO 2020 tournament has had a cost for fans.

Demand far outstripped the supply for the white home shirt, which could become as iconic as the 1966 red T-shirt worn and immortalized by Geoff Hurst and Bobby Moore.

Ahead of tonight’s semi-final with Denmark – and a possible final with Italy and Sunday – England’s white jersey became the proverbial Golden Ticket for England’s support.

Similarly, the main sports retailers in the country will be hunting from suppliers.

At the time of publication, the offices probably depict a Wolf Of Wall Street-style scene, with traders looking to buy, buy, buy to sell, sell, sell.



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Discounts are available on the products on their website, including the home kit from England, as well as other popular fashion clothing and apparel. T-shirts from Italy, France, Germany, Portugal and the Netherlands were among the bestsellers of the tournament.

To take advantage, go to kitbag.com/en/ and use the code “CONTROL” at check-out.

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Where to find the England EURO 2020 t-shirt

Stock for both women’s and children’s versions of the shirt can be found in the FA Shop England.

As for the men, the only white shirts currently available are the ones with the player’s name on the back.

This is good news if you are a big fan of Harry Maguire, Connor Coady, Ben Chilwell, Kyle Walker, Kalvin Phillips, Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane, Mason Mount, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish or Kieran Trippier.

When we asked their customer service department for an answer as to when stocks for the simple version of the shirts might be available again, they gave us an inevitable stock response “unfortunately we don’t have stock data in this moment”.

However, if you want to find the shirt, England FA Shop, along with directly from the kit manufacturer, Nike, are probably the best two sources.

Should they be of interest, England FA Shop currently has stock available for the yellow goalkeeper and the blue shirt which, in itself, is becoming increasingly difficult to find.