England have released their brand new 2017 third kit.
The design by sports manufacturers Nike features a sleek design in navy with black, silver and turquoise details. They are expected to wear the kit for the first time in Wednesday night's friendly against Germany.
The third kit was released on March 20 and is the first England change jersey since 2011 to not be red. Nike planned to launch a dark navy third kit back in 2015 but the idea never materialised.
The new look for the Three Lions will hope to bring about some added luck to the team as they continue their journey to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The kit is based on the same 'Vapour' template that many teams wore at Euro 2016.
Not all fans were overly enthusiastic about the new kit though. And it received a relatively mixed response on Twitter...
@UNILADFooty first kit I've liked in a while. Won't be paying 50 tho.— Ed Papworth (@EdPapworth) 13 March 2017
@TSBible Bloody hell, Nike are fantastic at copy and paste aren't they?!— Gary Coxall (@MrGCoxall) 20 March 2017
So there you have it...England's new third kit. Love it or hate it - fans will be able to buy the kit from March 22.