Rashford, Kane show off new Nike strips for England
Take a look at England's kit for the upcoming 2018 FIFA World cup
The pre-match shirt is a throw back to the popular England kit of 1982, which has red effect blend and deep blue coming together.
The Three Lions home kit is a combination of three colours, used interchangeably in specific areas.
The usual all white shirt has a touch of red on the rib collar as well as the numbers, the shorts are all blue but have a touch of red used for the numbers, and the socks are all white.
The away jersey is a reminder of the 1966 kit that England wore in their 1966 world cup triumph.
A red top which is designed to bring out the faint St George's cross faintly across the front, pure white shorts, and both colours are used to design the numbers.
Nike Football Apparel's senior design director Pete Hoppins explained what was considered in making the jerseys.
"Our goal was to create a range of products that even without an England crest or Nike Swoosh, would still instantly look like an England collection,' said "
"That classic identity, with a modern edge added, is imperative to the whole collection." Hoppins said
England are grouped alongside Belgium, Panama and Tunisia at the World Cup.
England are to take on Nigeria in a friendly game scheduled for Saturday, June 2.
The Three lions should wear their kits on their upcoming friendly matches, against the Netherlands on Friday, March 23 in Amsterdam and against Italy on Tuesday, March 27 at Wembley.