Umbro have revealed the new Ireland away kit which will be worn for the first time in the Euro 2016 qualifying game against Scotland in Glasgow this November. The design takes inspiration from the second strip worn at the 2002 World Cup in Japan and South Korea
The new away kit returns to the traditional change colour of white from the recent black away kit that was used between 2012-2014.
The white shirt features a white collar with navy underarm panels and green accents. The shorts see the return of full navy for the first time since 2002 and are also trimmed with green panels. The socks are white with a green pin-hoop and bold green turnover.
Speaking about the new kit, Jonathan Courtenay, MD of Umbro Ireland commented “We took some design inspiration from the 2002 World Cup change kit which was worn in South Korea against Spain and in addition to using the most up to date technical materials and anatomical silhouettes we think we have created a really strong looking kit.”
The kit is now available to pre-order on www.faishop.com