England's kit for Euro 2020 has been 'leaked' online

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Euro 2020 is going to feel like a home tournament for England.

Gareth Southgate’s side will play all three of their group games at Wembley - against Czech Republic, Croatia and the winner of Path C in the playoffs - which could be Scotland.

Looking ahead, winning that group would mean a last-16 tie in Dublin and a potential quarter-final in Rome.

If they were to finish second, it would be a last-16 trip to Copenhagen before a last-eight tie in St Petersburg.

There is also the possibility of being one of the best third-place finishers.

Then, the semi-finals and final will return to Wembley.

We don’t yet know which players will be lining up in Southgate’s starting XI but we now know but they will be wearing.

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Thanks to the ever-reliable Footy Headlines, they have ‘leaked’ England’s Euro 2020 home kit.

As you’d expect, the shirt is predominantly white with a royal blue, navy and red trim.

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The Three Lions badge and Nike tick both feature front and centre of the shirt.

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There is also a zig-zag stripe running down the side.

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As usual, the kit will be released in March, along with the away kit.

However, the shirt hasn't pleased many fans on Twitter, with some calling it 'the worst in history.' There is plenty of negative replies to the below tweet and we've picked out just a few angry responses:

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GIVEMESPORT's Rob Hoskin says: While the majority of England fans don't seem to like the new shirt, we think it's alright. It's simple but effective.

The zig-zag dark blue trim with red and royal blue looks nice and gives off the impression of a lightning bolt - something suits our pacy attacking talent such as Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.

We're not completely convinced with both the crest and the Nike tick being central, though.

Is this the kit that England win their first international tournament since 1966? The final will be at Wembley after all...

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