The Three Lions shirts for this summer's tournament have not been met with enthusiasm, to say the least.
Shortly after the confirmation of Roy Hodgson's England squad for the upcoming Euro 2016 warm-up matches against Germany and the Netherlands on Thursday came another announcement which got fans talking.
With this month's friendlies the final prelude to this summer's tournament, the 24-man group has provided some big clues as to who will be chosen to represent the Three Lions in France.
However, there was then the question of what those players would be wearing, with a new kit reported to be unveiled at some point before the showpiece event.
That announcement quickly followed the revelation of the squad, but to say it has not had the desired response from supporters would be something of an understatement.
It's certainly a bold effort, with Nike opting for grey sleeves, a blue stripe, and red socks for the white home kit, and a two-tone red design for the away strip.
Unsurprisingly, the strips have not gone down well with many of the England fanbase, with the latest release a far cry from the traditional all-white strip of recent years.
Here is the pick of some of the internet reaction to the kits which seemingly haven't so much divided opinion as united the entire country in horror.
What is the new England kit seriously that is dirt— joshua (@joshhmcgill) March 17, 2016
The England kit for Euro 2016 is tragic.— JFT96 (@adamfordlfc) March 17, 2016
The new England kit for #EURO2016 is absolutely rancid ... looks like they've just put together the cheapest items from Sports Direct— Alex Goodchild (@s3v3r3d_ti3s) March 17, 2016
Oh my life that England kit is the worst thing— marf (@PeterMarfleet) March 17, 2016
The England kit looks like when you turn up to Sunday league and have to borrow the oppositions socks.— Roman Kemp (@romankemp) March 17, 2016
England kit looks like a Birmingham City third kit, which is probably fitting for their hopes at Euro 2016.— Kevin Kostka (@mpbx3003) March 17, 2016
I can confirm rumours that the new #England kit is made up of a mix of old Sunday League kits I've amassed in my garage over the last 12 yrs— Dave Berridge (@DaveBerridge) March 17, 2016
England kit looks like it has been put together by a 3 year old— Jay Davies (@Jay_Davies3) March 17, 2016
Literally the worst England kit I've ever seen— Calan Nickle (@CalanNickle) March 17, 2016
So, that went down well then.