Images of the kit set to be donned by the England national team at this year's fast-approaching World Cup have leaked across social media this weekend.
The jersey, as has long proven the case, will be produced by manufacturer Nike.
The Three Lions' most recent kit for home fixtures, of course, maintained a classic design, featuring a plain white base offset only by a navy collar, and side stripe.
This time round, though, a major shake-up appears to be in store.
This comes with Nike primed to completely reinvent England's look, by means of an eye-catching fading blue pattern across the shoulders, down into the sleeves.
The crest and Nike tick, in addition, will be moved back to their former position horizontal to one another, with new multi-layered sleeve cuffs too in line to be introduced.
Check out the first image of the jersey set to be donned by Gareth Southgate's England squad at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar below.
Full credit for the leak goes to the reliable Footy Headlines, regarded as the go-to source when it comes to all things kit-related across the world of football.
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