Founded in Manchester in 1924, Umbro was the original football brand, making the kits for Brazil's World Cup winners of 1958 and England's heroes of 1966. Continuing into the modern era, they now combine their heritage in sports tailoring with modern football culture to create iconic apparel, footwear, and accessories. They present this replica of England's away shirt worn in the lead up to the 1990 World Cup. It comes in a red colourway, features contrasting ribbed collar and cuffs, branding on the chest, and tonal stitching throughout to complete.

Developed from Campo's Azteca shirt, Bernabeu has the additional stylized collar. The fundamental difference between their collar and its period counterparts from the 70's is that it stays up, courtesy of a special striped stand inside the neck. Smart authentic collar edge stitching completes the picture.

Campo have taken the design and styling influence for this uniquely styled Bernabeu Jersey from Fiorentina, Toulouse, Real Valladolid, Anderlecht and many more.

Modelled on the very earliest football shirts, Centenario is a fusion of modern attention to detail and classic tailored style seen in the early 50's. It features a smart covered button placket with a contrast mini stripe under its tailored collar, together with smart flush finish cuffs.

They've taken the design and styling influence for this uniquely styled Centenario Jersey from Roma and Sparta Prague. These Team colours have also been worn by Reggiana, Metz, Northampton Town and many more.

This adidas football-inspired jersey comes from a collaboration with seminal Southern California streetwear brand The Hundreds. It features a custom Hundreds patch and graphic, plus an adidas Skateboarding insignia on the chest.

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