Three Lions. Three shirts. Keep the 90s vibes rolling on with the Score Draw England 1990 Heritage Collection, a casual, stylised take on the Three Lions’ kits.
England’s trio of jerseys for the 1990 World Cup are some of the most iconic in the game, their eye-catching geometric patterns reflecting the daring creativity of a generation as English football emerged from the ashes of the 80s.
Brought back from the archives, this men’s England ’90 away retro shirt from Score Draw is a replica of the shirt the team wore during the 1990 World Cup Finals. In a red colourway, the lightweight shirt features a contrasting spread collar, single-button fastening and short sleeves with striped trim. The retro shirt is finished with the iconic England logo embroidered to the chest.
It may never have seen the light of the day on-pitch, but for many fans the blue kit England took to Italia ’90 was the pick of the bunch – including New Order’s Bernard Sumner, who famously wore the shirt in the “World in Motion” video. Featuring the same diamond-shard geometric pattern as the original jersey, the Score Draw England 1990 Empire Third Tee tweaks its design for casual comfort, adding a crewneck collar and a heat-pressed, oversized crest.
Continuing that creative legacy, the Score Draw England 1990 Mash-Up combines each of the red, white, and blue shirts in a single, one-off design inspired by the RAF target seen on Spitfires, a traditional symbol of English guile and courage. The distinctive look features the classic sleeve taping of the era, along with an open-neck, foldover collar. It’s hand-sewn from lightweight fabric for comfort, and the Three Lions badge is embroidered to ensure long-lasting retro style.