England have released their new home and alternate kits for the 2018/2019 season.
The two kits will be worn by the men’s and women’s teams throughout the new season and we will get the first glimpse of these kits in action when both teams take part in the November Internationals.
The new home kit will be worn by the England men’s team for the first time on Saturday 3rd November, when they come head to head with South Africa in the Quilter Internationals; with the alternate kit being worn against Japan on 17th November.
England Women will also wear both new kits for the first time in the Quilter Internationals. The Red Roses will first wear the home kit in their match against USA on Friday 9th November, and the alternate kit in their match against Canada on 18th November.
Speaking about the new home and alternate kit, England captain and Canterbury ambassador Dylan Hartley said: “Every player in the squad is proud to represent England, put on the jersey and wear the rose so it’s great to see that English pride is reflected in the kit design. Every time we pull on the shirt we want to go out there, give it our all and make sure that we are constantly working hard and improving our performance. It gives us real confidence knowing we are wearing the best possible kit.”
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