England Say Farewell To Umbro

Umbro Say Farewell To Umbro

Tonight's match against Brazil at Wembley marks the last time England will wear an Umbro shirt - for the foreseeable future at least.

The confirmation that the Nike kit contract will commence after this evening's game came via Umbro's Facebook page, by way of a tribute to fifty years of double diamonded shirts - allowing for an Admiral-designed intermission in the late 70s/early 80s - and a cheeky reference to Nike's "Just Do It" slogan.

The new England kit, complete with Swoosh, will apparently be unveiled in the 22nd March away clash against San Marino in Brazil 2014 qualifying - a fixture most famous for featuring the quickest goal in a World Cup match, conceded by England thanks to an underweighted Stuart Pearce backpass in 1993.  Despite the less-than-glittering history of the matchup, the new design is likely to have a winning start.

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Rumours that Nike would take over immediately prior to one of the prestige fixtures organised to celebrate The FA's 150th anniversary now seem unfounded, though there is still the possibility that a one-off commemorative kit will appear in the official celebratory match against Auld Enemy, Scotland on 14th August.

For Umbro, in transition after their sale by Nike to Iconix, tonight will be a sad occasion. But whatever their future holds, they will always be remembered fondly through the kits that adorned the English national team in its finest hours.

Umbro did it


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+71 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:33
I'm thinking this strategy of Nike's, to be the kit supplier of most of the world's biggest clubs, may backfire. I mean, the more ubiquitous that damn swoosh becomes, the more people are going to get sick of seeing it. I think Nike has about peaked.
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+43 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:41
I agree. What nike did to umbro is disgusting. I wish england had adidas kit instead of nike. Adidas is german/european.
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+67 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:54
The new Nike England kit will be some boring plain crap like the new Brasil kit lacking any character. None of their recent kits will be regarded as classics, no-one will be buying them in 10/20+ years time like Umbro & Adidas' old kits. The recent Tailored by Umbro range has brough some nice,different designs...
Nike's best designs were in the mid-90s when they made shirts like the old BVB and Arsenal shirts. I'm sick of seeing the presentation photos of EVERY SHIRT with the heat-seams and air-holes over the ribs. Nike have made a mistake in ending Umbro, it has much more heritage than they ever will.
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-5 # Guest 2013-02-07 20:31
Quoting WillyBooby:
The new Nike England kit will be some boring plain crap like the new Brasil kit lacking any character. None of their recent kits will be regarded as classics, no-one will be buying them in 10/20+ years time like Umbro & Adidas' old kits. The recent Tailored by Umbro range has brough some nice,different designs...
Nike's best designs were in the mid-90s when they made shirts like the old BVB and Arsenal shirts. I'm sick of seeing the presentation photos of EVERY SHIRT with the heat-seams and air-holes over the ribs. Nike have made a mistake in ending Umbro, it has much more heritage than they ever will.

I am actually looking forward to a change.I feel that the last 3 home shirts have been little better than bland,i prefer a shirt to be a little more striking and,one that in years time will be a sought after iconic shirt,the recent ones haven't(a bit like the team tbh).
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+4 # Guest 2013-02-09 17:49
I agree, so long as Nike don't keep up their recent trend... Which they probably will... As for the last few England kits, they almost give them away in Sports Direct stores for like £4.99 around 9 months after release! The last few have been bad, but Umbro's other designs such as Sweden, Peru and Norway have been quite unique, they don't seem to have an abundance of templates like Nike, Adidas and Puma.
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-18 # Guest 2013-02-06 19:31
u wut m8?

Nike's purchase of Umbro a few years ago was exactly what caused the resurgence of the brand as a creative force.

What makes you think that Nike will be incapable of continuing that kind of classy shirts?

Have you seen the leaked US centenary kit? Put the Three Lions on instead of the Stars and Stripes and you would have a perfectly acceptable England shirt.
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-7 # Guest 2013-02-06 21:43
I know Nike are responsible for the "tailored by" range but now Nike have dropped umbro so to is the tailored by label which have been very unique kits in design and in fabric.

The fact is now Nike will bring in the plastic crew neck tee shirts that we see in Holland Portugal united arsenal and celtic, the only plus that can be taken from it being Nike and not adidas is that we won't have to put up with the dominance of the 3 stripes on our kits.
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-10 # Guest 2013-02-06 23:00
the US leak shirt is a beautiful shirt.. the new crest as well... am excited about nike... and everyone will buy the shirt anyway.
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+9 # Guest 2013-02-06 23:55
Do one with your meme sayings 'mate'. That USA shirt is lifeless. Its a white T-shirt with a badge on... no doubt made of horrible thin sticky nylon.
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-1 # Guest 2013-02-07 22:40
Interesting to think that the US shirt is acceptable when it is straight out of the Nike teamwear catalogue. No disrespect to the US team and its fans but England carry a bit more kudos and cheap and nasty teamwear will not be acceptable to any fans.
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+2 # Guest 2013-02-15 13:55
Very true point. They've done exactly the same with Man City. This is their last season with an Umbro kit. Next season they'll be waering Nike too.
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0 # Guest 2013-03-02 05:29
Quoting :
I'm thinking this strategy of Nike's, to be the kit supplier of most of the world's biggest clubs, may backfire. I mean, the more ubiquitous that damn swoosh becomes, the more people are going to get sick of seeing it. I think Nike has about peaked.



nike swoosh is practically a status symbol.. the the kids in school want it.. all the pros have it, in turn the kids want it.. nike sponsors some of the biggest atheletes in the sport. nike is only going to grow more and more into the sport...
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-7 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:50
what about Argentina? Japan?
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0 # Guest 2013-05-03 21:09
What penance must wear Nike. I would rather leave
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+35 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:58
England say goodbye to originality and openly (not so much fans anyway) welcome mediocrity. Here's hoping that trend doesn't bleed into the performances. Have a drink to Umbro!
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+35 # Guest 2013-02-06 18:58
this is the sadest thing in football shirt culture since I collect footie shits. Umbro has always hold a special place in my collection (and heart)...!

well, life goes on... still...
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+38 # Guest 2013-02-06 19:08
A sad day for England and Umbro.
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+26 # Guest 2013-02-06 19:31
This hurts more than I can say. Good bye Umbro.
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-16 # Guest 2013-02-06 19:34
zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz
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-43 # specter208 2013-02-06 20:13
England is an overrated and Mediocre team. Only Elite Teams deserve to wear Nike. England is not one of them
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+10 # Guest 2013-02-07 14:54
Following your personal logic, Akhisar BB from Turkey, Spartak from Serbia, Pomorac Kostrena from Croatia and Mura 05 from Slovenia (some examples) are elite teams, but Bayern, Real Madrid, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Italy, Milan, Cherlsea aren't elite teams. This is BS. :-x
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+4 # Guest 2013-02-08 19:53
Better add Bradford City to the list of Nike elite teams after reaching the Carling Cup Final.
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+4 # Guest 2013-02-14 20:44
Nike is an overrated and mediocre brand

They probably will have England playing in tartan like Man Poo
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-37 # Guest 2013-02-06 20:45
Umbro was only good in the 70s.
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+25 # Guest 2013-02-06 20:49
Specter208 - Only elite teams wear Nike? Half my 5 a side league wear Nike, they're not elite let me tell you! Obviously you are a moron but you are entitled to your opinion! Umbro have made some of the greatest kits in the last 20 years! Adidas a close second!
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-15 # Guest 2013-02-07 02:46
Quoting myself "Only Elite Teams DESERVE to wear Nike"

Those amateur 5 a-side you talk about don't deserve to wear even Teamware
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+19 # Guest 2013-02-06 20:59
Quoting three liions:
I agree. What nike did to umbro is disgusting. I wish england had adidas kit instead of nike. Adidas is german/european.


Agree, Nike have cherry-picked England and Man City, and sold a toothless tiger. It could be the end of Umbro. Who remembers Admiral and Bukta.
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+19 # Guest 2013-02-06 21:01
Quoting specter208:
England is an overrated and Mediocre team. Only Elite Teams deserve to wear Nike. England is not one of them


True, Southend United, York City, Scunthorpe United, Fleetwood Town and Hartlepool or wear Nike.
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+16 # Guest 2013-02-06 21:34
Quoting David K:

True, Southend United, York City, Scensoredhorpe United, Fleetwood Town and Hartlepool or wear Nike.


That is so funny - you can't even put in a proper football teams name with out it being censored. Classic!! :D :D :D :D
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+7 # Guest 2013-02-06 23:58
It's political correctness gone MAD...
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+14 # Guest 2013-02-06 22:32
Sad Occasion. Umbro and England have gone hand in hand for the last 50 years. Sad to see Umbro go, for sure my favorite kit supplier. I'm really not excited about the upcoming nike kits, so much so I have purchased 5 enough current England kits. Im tired of Nikes awful material and lazy design work. I hope Umbro can make a resurgence. Long Live Umbro!
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+16 # Guest 2013-02-07 03:11
f*** you Nike! ruined one of the best football brands
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+13 # Guest 2013-02-07 06:07
Ever since Nike entered the game, quality as a whole in the industry has gone down. They continue to foist mindless designs on the public while their mechandise cheapens and drags their competitors with them. Everyone has to follow suit just to stay competitive. Umbro kits have always had a uniqueness about them and the quality for the money was excellent. We are losing one of the last great kit suppliers and it's sad for the culture of the game. P.S. the US Centenary is perfect example of Nike's thoughtless template approach to design. Gee, I wonder if the England shirt will be the Portugal away template.
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-6 # Guest 2013-02-07 19:46
I love how When Nike Makes a Nice simple Clean Shirt people Hate on it unfairly. When Umbro makes an almost identical shirt People hype it up and over glorify it, Just like the England National Team itself. OR Nike makes a cool Modern Jersey it also receives hate being unfairly called Templates despite competitors such as adidas largely use templates and stamp their 3 stripes on everything, Or the Tailored By range of Umbro being developed by Nike
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-6 # Guest 2013-02-07 06:25
All of you are euro-pro people who are just against change and American companies. Get over it. I guarantee nike could put out an amazing kit, but because its nike it's disgusting. An the new nike kit is an almost exact replica of one of their old kits. Shutup
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+2 # Guest 2013-02-08 18:01
Now look at all the other posts again. All criticising Nike for boring designs, bad materials and thoughtless corporate strategy. None criticising it because it's American.
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+1 # Guest 2013-02-12 14:13
sure buddy.
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+7 # Guest 2013-02-07 08:07
End of a very good era in terms of shirts
from Gazza sliding in and missing by a few inches in the last minute against Germany Euro 96 to Beckham free kick against Greece to The World Cup in 66...
Well done Umbro a good innings despite the critics and the usual sigh when we see another Red kit or a slightly bland Home kit we can all say thank you, gone but not forgotten.....
here here to the famous Diamond..
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+4 # Starkso 2013-02-07 09:46
I'm scottish and i'm even saddened by this news! Umbro is a very unique brand, especially with its "Tailoured by" range bringing back the cotton fabric and essentially making absolute classic kits again for England, Ireland, Peru etc. Its always so depressing and sad to see all these prestigous international teams have nothing more than a decal ironed on badge on their shirts by nike...its sickening. Im pretty sure the proud people of england wont even allow that! You guys got to petition for another kit manufacturer because nike will make the three lions a dull and depressing scenario.
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-13 # Guest 2013-02-07 11:33
So yet another OVERRATED national team to wear Nike then :zzz
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+4 # Guest 2013-02-07 11:44
:sad:
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+15 # Guest 2013-02-07 15:40
I'm an American and I'm just stating the truth. The unmitigated greed of Nike makes me sick. I don't own a single piece of Nike gear because their footwear is awful and their apparel is cheap. If you love plastic bottles, broken metatarsals and skin rashes than knock yourself out. Being the biggest athletic supplier in the world doesn't make you the best in regard design and quality it just makes you the richest. Nike is incredibly wealthy but like most over-bloated companies they cheapen their product just to squeeze in a few extra pennies. I've never owned a pair of Umbro boots but the shirts and gear I own are pure class! Viva Umbro!!! Nike = Mitt Romney
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+1 # Guest 2013-02-09 18:05
Nike produce Umbros boots, but you can pick up their top k-leather model for around £50 in the UK compared to nikes top models at £90+. Umbro's have the same k-leather as Nike use, near exact sole plate & stud pattern and even the memory foam tongue protection, so they're decent value. They've never had many high profile players use them though... Can only think of Shearer, Owen... Carroll... And I've seen Barton mention how much he liked his old Umbro boots on twitter!
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+7 # Guest 2013-02-07 15:57
Thank you for all the memories Umbro :sad:
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-1 # Guest 2013-02-13 23:25
:roll: Quoting :
Thank you for all the memories Umbro :sad:

Yeah - really bad memories.....Umbro was an awful company to work for.......All the hype about being a great company.....looking after their staff.....nice atmosphere....etc etc........I HATED EVERY MINUTE !!!!.......what a bunch of ****'s. The only great thing about Umbro........the canteen & Gym..................NOTHING ELSE......horrible backstabbing staff......along with false team members - It was heaven when I left !!!!!.........I hope they ALL ROT !!!
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+7 # Guest 2013-02-07 16:21
What an exit, with the usual immense style.

Pride, class and the will to reemerge.
You are right Umbro... It' s just FOR NOW.

Thanks for all the quality and passion you have offered and will keep on offering in the future.
See you still on many football pitches around the world.

(Thanks Uncle Rich, witness like yours is always welcome to remind people of what the swoosh stands for)
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+10 # Guest 2013-02-07 17:06
Guys I was thinking about all football fans and English fans agreeing on not buying a single product coming from the new nike design for the England team. This may cause for a huge decrease in sales and shows the FA that we want Umbro BACK! We want class and history, not money and plastic! Please guys we should really do this, I am sick of nike taking over every team Umbro had, it is disgraceful and producing really cheap designs and material. PLEASE guys pass on the message! Umbro
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+3 # Guest 2013-02-08 02:09
I have the umbro England shirt from last year it is the most comfortable shirt to wear my warrior lfc a close second.the warrior is like a cheaper version of the umbr.sad day.Nike only seem to put thought into their Italian shirts inter 2010 juve 2010 away awsome shirts.man u gingam shirt sums them up crap.
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+8 # Guest 2013-02-08 07:22
I purchase Umbro whenever I have the chance here in the states. The material and cut of their jerseys are a level above the rest. I hope they continue making kits as beautiful and as high quality as their previous kits. England really downgraded with Nike. I am a US fan, and the only good kit by Nike has been their 06 collection, and their recent 2011 Third (Authentic). Their material is cheap, and their designs have been sub par for the most part. I hate that they starting to use the same template for every jersey too. Although I love the 1950's retro US Shield, the new US jersey is just the same plain Nike 2011 template. I know this would be impossible, but I would love to have Umbro as our national team sponsor.
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-1 # Guest 2013-02-08 20:28
The US should be wearing one of its premier Domestic Brands. The new Kit has a different cut with a V-Neck Collar and Navy Cuffs. You are traitor and a Limey, GTFO
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+1 # Guest 2013-02-09 18:09
You gonna get your gun Spector? Piew piew!!

Get over it, like you said.
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+3 # Guest 2013-02-08 09:29
Does no one know that Nike bought out umbro hence why man city will wear Nike as well as England it was bound to happen as Nike would rather have their main label on their major teams for the exposure sad but true.
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+5 # Guest 2013-02-08 09:39
Correction umbro were taken over by Nike in 2008 who have asset stripped them and now sold them on welcome to capitalism and boring generic England kits.
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-6 # Guest 2013-02-08 11:58
Nike is a massive brand, football is a drop in the ocean to them,
It's behind baseball, college football and,NFL :lol:
Why should England get special treatment ?? :-*
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+2 # Guest 2013-02-09 18:13
If you're going to be so ignorant... Then you think they'd make more money from soccer shirts as the folk that'll be wearing them won't need so much material, so Nike would make more profit. Have you seen the size and weight of some of your NFL/Baseball players? They're built like our darts players!
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+2 # Guest 2013-02-08 16:09
I think England don't have a choice.. Umbro gonna be dissapear in a few years.
Contract will be ended and than nike takes over.
what a shame!
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0 # Guest 2013-02-08 17:19
England's home WC 98, home and away Euro 2000 and home and away WC 2010 stand out as some of the best Three Lions shirts in my mind and those types of innovative shirts will be missed.

BUT...if England just so happen make the WC 2014 semi finals...or dare I say even the final???....then I think people won't mind the Nike swoosh on potentially a boring classless shirt.

And just an example....I'm sure Chelsea fans forgot how ugly their kits were last season when they won the Champions League. (I know this is an Adidas example but you get my point!)
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+1 # Guest 2013-02-09 05:38
It is a shame when England team itself doesn't wear their product (UMBRO)...what happened to them?
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+8 # Guest 2013-02-09 09:15
It's a sad day, I'll tell you. Umbro and England were much akin to Germany and Adidas as far as quality and patriotism were concerned into the designs of their shirts that made much of an impact on the beautiful game. To have a company like Nike butt in and use their financial power and a subpar design to strip away a grand legacy enjoyed by English fans makes me sick, I'm just glad the Germans had some sense to turn down the Swoosh from outfitting Die Mannschaft. If anything, at least Adidas would have been a suitable replacement for the Lions. Sad day for English football. Coming from a Yank.
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+2 # Guest 2013-02-09 15:07
not a fan of nike. yes they have revolutionized the football world with their designs, marketing/ads, sponsorship, etc but imo they will never be a football brand. a sports brand yes, but they will not get respect i have for adidas, puma, lotto, and diadora to name a few.
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-1 # Guest 2013-02-09 18:15
At least we'll still be able to buy their recent reproductions of old great kits. I might invest in a few to keep for later years.
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+6 # Guest 2013-02-09 22:33
I hate Nike and everything they stand for.
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+3 # Guest 2013-02-11 10:32
Should've gone with Adidas...Fail England. RIP Umbro
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+1 # Guest 2013-02-19 22:11
Fair enough if you think that, but personally I could never stomach an England shirt with the three stripes running down the arms. Not that I'm happy about Nike doing it either. If it had to be someone other than Umbro, Macron are making nice kits nowadays.
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+3 # Guest 2013-02-13 13:23
Some companies and countries just belong together like Germany/Adidas, France/Adidas and England/Umbro. Since that can't continue I just hope Nike will return to the classic England colours with a white shirt, marine blue shorts and white socks for home and a red shirt, white shorts and red socks for away. No all white home kit or black and blue away kit like Umbro have done in recent years.
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-1 # Guest 2013-02-15 17:52
it's ironic, umbro was mainstream of england... because umbro is original england product and now umbro just history... good bye umbro i we will miss it :(
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+1 # Guest 2013-03-19 16:16
Nike, wil just regurgitate another teams shirt like they do for everyone else. It makes sense for them finacially. less changes in production etc.

Nike kits IMO are boring.and uninspiring. At least with Umbro there was something unique about the kit.
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0 # Guest 2013-04-22 11:27
I suppose its whoever pays the most, hope they come up with a good design through. If you like the retro Umbro could always buy from http://www.theoldfootballshirtshop.com
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0 # Guest 2013-05-03 21:06
What penance- must wear Nike. I would rather leave Quoting :
I'm thinking this strategy of Nike's, to be the kit supplier of most of the world's biggest clubs, may backfire. I mean, the more ubiquitous that damn swoosh becomes, the more people are going to get sick of seeing it. I think Nike has about peaked.
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0 # Guest 2013-06-17 18:24
You English supporters kill me. You consider your national side of the same tier as a Brasil, a Argentina, a Germany, Italy, Spain, Uruguay.. But the fact of the matter is while yes England did win a World Cup that's about the extent of it. No European championships. Not even an Olympic gold as solely England. That was GB. I don't even consider the English as better all time than the Netherlands and they've never won a World Cup. But all these comments are blasting Nike for just creating a plain kit and everything will have no character? What the hell has Umbro created the past 5 years for your national side to wear? Stylish and classic. Plain and down right sleek yet simple. If you think Umbro designed these recent English kits you are mistaken. Those are the nikest things I've ever seen and down right beautiful. Nike will continue to equip England with some of the finest looking kits and well designed kits in the world. Be happy your country isn't wearing warrior or burrda. Adidas make fine looking kits but so do Nike. Nike has the most technological kits in the world all while keeping it classic. I'd feel proud to have them. Bc in all honesty it's what you've had since the day Nike bought the umbro brand. Nothing has changed in looking at the new Nike strip. Stop bitching about kits and worry about the under-achieving squad that's been fielded of late. And Brasil, The Netherlands, and Portugal all have superb looking kits year in and year out equipped and designed by Nike. Anyone who says anything different are out of their minds. Why would you not want England to continue to look good?
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+1 # Guest 2013-08-31 12:20
Fuck you NIKE!!
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+1 # Guest 2013-08-31 12:21
F*** you NIKE!
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0 # Guest 2013-09-06 20:38
Nike kits are just crap. Shame on the FA!
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