We’ve heard the rumour of a light blue and brown Italy kit a while ago, but according to the gazzetta, the Italian National team will be wearing a very special new home kit designed by Puma to celebrate the two World Cup victories of 1934 and 1938.
The colour is said to be a much softer azure than normal, but a genuine one, not the blue we've seen in recent years.
And it's got a v-neck.. The white Puma logo is on the right, and the Italy crest much bigger than usual, on the left.
It was Fabio Cannavaro, the team captain, who asked for a nice big crest just like they used to have in the old days. And so that's what he got.
Obviously, the FIFA world champions badge will also be added in the middle.
The shirt also has the word "Italy" repeated across the shirt, with four world cup stars and diagonal stripes. The tricolour runs down the side.
It will definitely be seen action in the three group games against USA, Egypt and Brazil.