What colour are England playing in against Ukraine? Team kit explained ahead of Euro 2020 match in Rome

There’s a place in the final four on the line…

Raheem Sterling of England celebrates with teammates. (Photo by Matthew Childs - Pool/Getty Images)
Raheem Sterling of England celebrates with teammates. (Photo by Matthew Childs - Pool/Getty Images)

The countdown is on as England get ready to take on Ukraine in their Euro 2020 quarter-final on Saturday evening.

The two nations are bidding to secure a spot in the semi-finals, with Italy and Spain already booking their places in the last four after victories on Friday night.

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So far, England have played all four of their matches at this tournament in an all-white kit, but with this being their first game away from Wembley, will they change for tonight's fixture?

We’ve got all the information you need to know on both teams’ sartorial choices below…

What colour kit will England be wearing against Ukraine?

England will be wearing their white home shirt when they face Ukraine on Saturday evening.

The Three Lions have worn the Nike-made kit in each of their first four matches at Euro 2020, and are still yet to concede a goal while wearing it at the tournament.

This will be the first time, however, that they pair the shirt with their navy blue alternate shorts.

As a result, Ukraine will be wearing their usual yellow home strip.

What colour will England’s goalkeeper wear against Ukraine?

Jordan Pickford has been one of England’s standout performers at the tournament so far, and has been kitted out in an all-yellow strip up until this point.

Due to the obvious clash with Saturday’s opponents, however, the Three Lions’ stopper will instead wear an alternate black kit in Rome.

Ukraine’s goalkeeper, who is likely to be Heorhiy Bushchan, is expected to wear a red strip with black trim.