England will wear their all white kit in the World Cup semi-final against Croatia.
The Three Lions are the away team in the knockout stages for the third time, but they have been given permission to wear their white home strip.
But that means Croatia will have to play in their alternate all-black jersey for the clash on Wednesday night, which they also wore in their penalty shootout victories over Russia and Denmark.
FIFA have ruled that the traditional navy shorts that would ordinarily be worn by England are a slight clash, so they will instead wear all white.
The kit was announced on the FA’s Lions’ Den YouTube programme by presenter Craig Mitch, who was joined by Kieran Trippier, before later being confirmed by Pat Frost, the team’s kitman.
Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, should he indeed keep his place, will wear all yellow as oppose to the all green he has donned in the past two rounds.
Full-back Trippier appeared happy to learn that England would be back to wearing their home colours.
England were wearing the white home kit, albeit with navy shorts, for the group stage clashes with Panama and Belgium.
But due to FIFA regulations of having light kits vs dark kits, were forced to change to red for both the Colombia and the Sweden matches.
The game’s governing bodies look to see if there would be a kit clash on a black-and-white television set.
There are still a small number of countries around the world that broadcast the World Cup, but have a percentage of the population without access to coloured TV screens.
England have worn all white kits in numerous international tournaments in the past, including the World Cup in Brazil four years ago.