England Retro Shirts

England remains one of only eight national teams to have ever lifted the World Cup. In 1966 at Wembley Stadium England beat West Germany wearing the iconic red away shirt. The red England football shirt is still a firm favourite with supporters and attempts by the F.A. to change the away kit to grey in 1996 led to a backlash from the media and fans. The grey kit was only worn for three matches before being withdrawn.

  • England 1982 World Cup Finals Shirt
  • The 1982 World Cup was hosted by Spain. England went to the tournament full of hope and started brilliantly, winning their opening match 3-1 against France.Bryan Robson scored a brace before Paul Mariner added a third in a highly entertaining game. England progressed from a first round group stage consisting of France, Czechoslovakia &Kuwait. A really tough group awaited in the second round seeing England grouped with West Germany &Spain.Unfortunately England exited the tournament at this stage but were very nearly in the semi final without either winning a game or scoring a goal in the second round.This is a really key shirt that is synonymous with England World Cup teams - grab yours today and get behind the team this summer in Brazil.
  • £17.99


The white home shirt has remained largely unchanged since Englands first international game against Scotland in 1872, occasionally extra coloured piping or flashes have been added to the shirt, the 1982 World Cup in Spain saw England add red, white and blue shoulder panels. In recent years the Cross of St. George has also been added to many shirt designs. Occasionally England have needed to play in a third kit, this has mainly been all blue, the 1970 World Cup match against Czechoslovakia in Mexico is one of the few occasions this shirt has been worn in a match.

  • England 1966 World Cup LS Football Shirt - size L
  • Bobby Moore raising the trophy, Nobby dancing across the Wembley turf and that infamous goal; who could forget England's finest football moment back in 1966. Although almost fifty years have passed, you can still re-live that famous day by sporting the England 1966 World Cup LS Football Shirt. Made by Umbro, from 100% cotton, this iconic plain red long sleeve offering sees the Three Lions badge proudly stitched atop the left chest. No sponsors or branding make this a truly distinct design which beautifully evokes the spirit and triumph of 66. This is a replica of the England football shirt as worn by Geoff Hurst and features the number 10 on the back of the top.
  • £34.99


There are many iconic England shirts, Gazza famously dried his eyes on his shirt after being knocked out of Italia 90, Terry Butcher turn his white shirt red with blood during a a vital World Cup qualifier in Sweden, Bobby Moore swapped his England shirt with Pele after an epic match in the 1970 World Cup. The most iconic of all England shirts will remain the red away shirt worn by Bobby Moore as he lifted the World Cup in Wembley in front of the home crowd. Get the 1966 Shirt ~ Click Here.