NIKE’s change to England’s national jersey takes on dimensions of a national theme – 2024-03-24 20:39:36

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The change of the badge on the England national team takes on national theme dimensions as NIKE changed the cross of the flag from red to multi-coloured.

The Football Association has defended the design of the St George’s Cross on England’s new kit, saying it is “not the first time” different colors have been used.

The new home kit for 2024 was “a tribute to the 1966 World Cup-winning team” from which the FA said it was inspired.

The announcement from the Federation comes after the intervention of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak who earlier told journalists that the national flag should not be “altered”. Mr Sunak said he “prefers the original” and that the national flag is a “source of pride” and identity.

The issue was raised by Keir Starmer in an exclusive interview with The Sun where he called for England’s new Euro kit to be scrapped, following the decision to replace the traditional red and white St George’s cross on the players’ shirt with the new multi-coloured one in their colors purple.

During the day, many politicians have spoken out against the change to the national team’s emblem through their statements and interventions on social networks, such as the Minister for Sport and Media, Lucy Fraser.

Source: ertnews

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