Send her victorious. Nike reveal England's EURO 2016 home and away kits drenched in traditional and national pride with colours synonymous with English football: white, red and blue. If it does come home, it's coming home in style.

Keeping things typically clean the new England home shirt features a classic white English body with contrasting light blue shoulder and sleeve produced by cross-dyeing white with the blue used elsewhere in the kit. As with previous England home jerseys, it's the detailing that excels – odes to national pride appear on both the interior and exterior of the jersey. The HD silicon federation crest is heat printed to the chest and “England” is knitted into the back collar. “Three” and “Lions” adorn the inside cuffs while the reverse of the crest reveals a white rose graphic.

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The sides of the kit feature a blue stripe that runs the length of the shirt and matching shorts. Expanding when the player is in motion, it maximizes ventilation and reveals a subtle tone of underlying red. Bright red socks, featuring a linear blue graphic on the calf, celebrate the look of the English team that famously triumphed over Brasil at Maracana Stadium in 1984.

The new England away kit that Hodgson's men will wear in France this summer honours the 50th anniversary of England’s 1966 World Cup victory at Wembley. A textured purple effect is present on the shoulders and sleeves whilst a white underlay runs down the flanks of the shirt and shorts to meet the contrasting blue socks.

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Two classy offerings for the Three Lions (although we're sure those socks will cause some debate) who will get a chance to kit up in their new strips in their upcoming friendly matches against Germany on the 26th of March in Berlin and then at Wembley on the 29th March when they face The Netherlands.

Want one? Get it here from March 24.