“You can’t beat it, watching England. It brings everyone together, you know what I mean?” is the opening line for a campaign video revealing Aries and Umbro’s new collaboration. 

And, as a lifelong England fan who’s been counting down the days until the start of Euro 2024, I can confirm that I do know what you mean, Aries and Umbro. 

We’re now only two days away from the opening game of the Euros and if you haven’t got a shirt ready to wear for the England games, Aries and Umbro have something for you.

The regular collaborators are launching an eight-piece collection just in time for England’s opening match against Serbia on June 16. 

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The capsule collection includes two classic short-sleeved football shirts, a long-sleeved goalkeeper shirt, football shorts, and accessories decorated in England’s signature red, white, and blue colors. 

Plus, there's a navy-blue, semi-see-through lace football shirt that's exclusive to Aries with a limited run of 100 — a reference to Umbro celebrating its 100th anniversary.

Umbro is responsible for creating some of England’s most iconic kits. The brand’s history with the national team goes back to 1954 and includes shirts considered grails to England fans such as the 1990 World Cup final third kit or the home shirt that Terry Butcher famously drenched in blood.

The '90s is when, in my opinion, the best England shirts ever were made and this collection honors that history, taking cues from that era of oversized fitting, patterned Umbro shirts.

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Details on the tops include an all-over rose print backdrop, an ode to the “English Rose”, and a tonal black print depicting mythical Lions on the Goalkeeper jersey, representative of England’s history with the legendary creature (there are three lions on the England badge, in case you didn’t know). 

The new Aries x Umbro collection is available from June 12 at the Aries Flagship Store and the London-based label's online shop

Umbro hasn’t been the official partner for England’s national kits since 2012 but it still knows how to make an excellent England football shirt.

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