Nike has kicked off its celebration of Black History Month by dropping a cold new jersey to recognise black British athletes and their achievements in sport.
Nike call on three of England’s most influential footballers in Raheem Sterling, Tammy Abraham, and Marcus Rashford to model the new jersey, which will be worn by the England senior men’s national team during the international camp taking place this week.
The jersey arrives in two alternate colourways – one black and one white – which features glitched-out Swoosh graphics along the front and a wavey zig-zag pattern along the shirt’s sleeves. There’s no release information as of yet on availability of the jersey, but Nike have delivered another wavey warm-up shirt to add to their roll-out this year. Check out more imagery of the jersey below.
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"Players are role models for a lot of people. You know, once you get on a football field, to see all of the different backgrounds on each team, it's quite a remarkable thing. I do think that sport, football, plays a big role." – @sterling7 ⠀ Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford, and Tammy Abraham celebrate Black History Month UK and stand together as more than teammates. ⠀ Until we all win. #justdoit
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