England Legends Wear Unbranded Kits - Here is Why

Update: Our readers were totally right to point out that our article was inaccurate. England wore in-house Score Draw retro kits for the Soccer Aid match and not the original 1996 kits without Umbro brandings. This was due to Adidas sponsoring the Soccer Aid match. We have updated the article with all the correct information and more details.

Game Sponsored by Adidas: England Legends Wear In-House Score Draw Retro Kits in Charity Friendly

The Soccer Aid 2024 charity-friendly match took place between England and the World team. England did not use the Nike England 2024 home kit but used an in-house remake of the England 1996 home kit, produced by Score Draw.

Adidas sponsored the Soccer Aid 2024 match. The 3 stripes brand logically did not want England to wear the current kits of Adidas' big rival Nike. The in-house Score Draw England 1996 Euro home kit was a great choice, especially thanks to the matching shorts and font.

Back when Puma sponsored the Soccer Aid match, the England team wore Nike kits.

Meanwhile, the keeper kit was not a remake but the original Umbro shirt, just without Umbro logos.

Meanwhile, the World XI played in its custom Adidas kits released several weeks ago.

Soccer Aid 2024 World XI Kit

The England legends warmed up in Adidas training shirts.

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