Is football coming home next year? Probably not but we might as well get carried away with England’s chances at Euro 2020.

Gareth Southgate’s side are one of the bookies’ favourites to win next summer’s tournament though, following their success at the World Cup in 2018 and with how easy it was for them in qualifying for the European Championship.

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There’s a genuine belief England could win their first major trophy since the World Cup in 1966

The draw has been done with England in a group alongside Croatia, Czech Republic and either Norway, Serbia, Israel or Scotland.

All of the Three Lions’ Group D matches will be played at the home of English football, Wembley.



When you’re one of the top teams in international football, it’s important that you look good.

And Three Lions fans gave been treated to a sneak peek into what their beloved England could look like during next summer’s finals.

Leaked images of England’s kit have emerged on Footy Headlines with the home shirt predominantly white with royal blue, navy and red.

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England’s home shirt at Euro 2020 has been leaked

England’s home shirt at Euro 2020 has been leaked

Interestingly, the England badge and Nike logo have been placed in the centre of the chest

Interestingly, the England badge and Nike logo have been placed in the centre of the chest

This kit comes with an interesting zig-zag

This kit comes with an interesting zig-zag

The kit should be released in March

The kit should be released in March

The royal blue is used on the England and Nike logos, while navy will be used for trim alongside red.

Meanwhile, there’s a funky zig-zag stripe design running down the side of the kit which is dark blue with a red-blue centre stripe. This is repeated on the crew-neck collar.

England kits are usually released in March so that’s when we expect this one to come out.

Can you picture Harry Kane lifting the European Championship trophy in this number?




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