England Women's National Football Team to Ditch White Shorts

England Women's squad are planning to ditch wearing white shorts for the upcoming 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand over menstruation concerns.

Menstruation Concerns: England Women's Football Team to Wear Blue Shorts Instead

As reported by the Telegraph's Fiona Thomas, Lionesses' plan would be to wear that navy blue shorts under their white jersey instead of all white ones.

England wore navy shorts for the last time in 2019 when they faced Wales.

The lionesses do have alternative dark blue shorts that they occasionally wear and that now looks to be their main option for the home kit.

England have to submit their kits for the 2023 Women's World Cup until the end of April

The white shorts debacle has also been a concern among the Women's Premier League teams. In our previous report, we reveal that Manchester City Women's football team have become the latest that ditch white shorts for red ones.

Before Man City, other teams such as Stoke City and West Bromwich have also stopped wearing white shorts.

Talks between the England FA with FIFA regarding the new shorts are still at an early stage

Nevertheless, the Lionesses are serious with their plan to provide comfort for the players when playing during the menstruation period.

According to FIFA's rule, England have until the end of April to submit their kit choices for the upcoming 2023 Women's World Cup, scheduled from 20 July to 20 August.

The Lionesses will need to submit two contrasting colors for their kits which must be approved by FIFA. For the time being, England Women's team will still wear their white shorts during their participation at the Arnold's Clack Cup next month.

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