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Iconic World Cup England shirts

BY STYLE EDITOR, ON 21 APR 2010 11:26 MEN'S FASHIONCOMMENTS

Iconic England jerseys

The argument has been raging in the office all week. Which is your favourite England football shirt of all time?

Every shirt, especially World Cup ones, mean something and all are iconic for very different reasons; there’s Gazza crying in 1990, an entire defence undone by a moment of genius (and by a moment of injustice with Maradona’s hand ball) in 1986 and what about Bobby Moore raising the famous trophy aloft in his famous red shirt of 1966! Everyone has their favourites but one question remains, just how famous will this year’s England shirt be in years to come?

In honour of this year’s tournament in South Africa, not only do we have the current shirts for both men and women, we also have a selection of historic shirts from World Cups gone by,  a fantastic gift for patriotic England fans!

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  • Victoria Riley

    I had one in 1990, I loved it. I actually wore it to work (in an office) with a dark blue tailored shorts / jacket suit :)

  • Oscar

    To date there is only one “iconic” England shirt…..The long red sleeved one worn in 66′.

  • http://blog.debenhams.com Jenny, editor

    I’m thinking the ’66 shirt is the most iconic, but I quite like the simplicity of the 1986 jersey.

  • Ken

    Don’t forget the 1990 shirt comes with the famous number 19 on the back. The image of Gazza in tears in 1990 is surely one of the most unforgettable images in English football?