Rugby fans amazed as England rugby completely overhaul their shirt design for Six Nations
The England rugby team is turning Heads as they release a surprisingly clean new shirt as they prepare for the Six Nations tournament this year.
The kit which is released by Umbro, is an old style vintage look of the rugby kit which has sent rugby fans wild on social media.
The England rugby shirt chooses an emblem with the Rose that has surprised many rugby fans as it looks surprisingly old school.
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The England team made the announcement today at 10 am showing the kit which will be worn by the Team during the Six Nations.
Celebrating 150 years of England Rugby 🌹
— England Rugby (@EnglandRugby) January 19, 2021
The new jersey design will be worn in their match against Scotland in the first game of the Six Nations.
2010 was last time England wore a shirt in a similar fashion to this. That was for the anniversary celebration against Wales back in 2010.
Here is the game where they wore that old school kit design.
The Umbro design has received a mixed response on social media with some fans confused as to whether this is a permanent kit, whilst other fan are loving the creative and daring move the England rugby team made with the rose logo which is worn on the England rugby players chest.
The rose on the chest of the shirt carries with it an interesting new design, something which we are sure many rugby fans will love.
.@EnglandRugby will be playing in a special one-off kit against Scotland to commemorate 150 years of the RFU.
— Fill Your Boots – Rugby (@fyb_rugby) January 19, 2021