Vintage / retro football shirts England

      England's football team dates back to the second half of the 19th century as its first match dates back to 30 November 1872 (0-0 against Scotland) making it one of the oldest national teams in the world. Also known as The Three Lions, the England team is one of the most appreciated and recognized teams on the international scene. Many vintage jerseys are also linked to the history of the English selection.

      Although its history is one of the richest in world football, the English football team does not have a track record in line with this. Despite too few successes, the English team's jerseys remain relics steeped in history for football enthusiasts who do not hesitate to move heaven and earth to obtain England's retro jerseys. The lions still have a World Cup victory in 1966. This edition, held on English soil, had seen Bobby Charlton and his team lift the precious trophy after a 4-2 win after extra time against Germany.

      The equipment manufacturers Nike and Umbro competed mainly for the responsibility for the English football team's jerseys. Many historic players have had the chance to wear the English national team jerseys, such as David Beckham, Peter Shilton, Franck Lampard, Kevin Keegan, Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, Alan Shearer and John Terry.

      Although generations of fans have found the England team's record of achievements too weak in relation to the quality of English players, they are no less nostalgic for the vintage football thirts that have been worn by the team's heroes. These retro jerseys are like a part of England's football history.

      Are you also looking for one of these vintage jerseys? On The Football Market, we offer you the most important selection of retro jerseys of the England team.