Photos: Are these the kits England will wear at the World Cup?

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The Three Lions found out this week that they will be paired with Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G for next summer’s World Cup, and we may now know the country’s kits for the tournament.

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FootyHeadlines revealed leaked versions of the home and away kits for the 2018 World Cup on Friday, as England prepares for their trip to Russia in six months’ time.

England’s traditional white home jersey appears to be similar to it’s past kit designs, while the shorts are navy blue with red numbers.

Meanwhile, the red kit features a subtle Saint George’s cross donned across the front of the jersey, while the white shorts also have red numbers.

Gareth Southgate‘s side will begin play on June 18, 2018 when they take on African side Tunisia, before facing Panama on June 24 and Belgium to close out group play on June 28.

Has the 2018 World Cup official match ball been leaked?

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It looks as though next summer’s World Cup match ball has been leaked, and it mimics the qualities of former balls used in the competition.

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FootyHeadlines released a picture on Wednesday of what appears to be the 2018 World Cup ball, which clearly says “FIFA World Cup Russia 2018” across the face of the sphere.

It also dons Telstar on the side, which would be a more modern take on the original Telstar ball — that debuted back in the 1960s.

Below is a look at the possible selection for next summer’s competition.

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Possible new USMNT third kit leaked

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FootyHeadlines is back at it again with another potential leak, and this time it’s in regards to a possible new U.S. Men’s National Team kit.

The website has become well-known for successfully leaking cleats, jerseys and other apparel for both club and international teams in the past.

Now, it appears Nike is prepared to provide the USMNT with a third jersey for the 2017 calendar year.

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The kit has many of the same aspects to that of the home and away USMNT jersey, with different color shoulders. The crest features a combination of red and chrome, which gives it a natural shine.

Leaked Adidas kits? Manchester United, Chelsea images hit the web

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Along with American tours and transfer rumors, April brings a slew of “leaked” Premier League kits for next season.

How Manchester United will look back in Adidas has been of much interest to many uniform buffs, and perhaps we have our first glimpse of that with the above and below images.

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Sharp and simple, the away and third shirts are theoretically here for your perusal (we haven’t seen a red yet, but if it’s the inverse of the white it should be a solid design).

Footyheadlines.com also has a leak of potential Chelsea shirts for next season, with some sharp red trip moving in on both home and road shirts. The white and blue will be welcome by those with disdain for the alternate color kits that’ve been a recent Chelsea staple (There’s, of course, a black option as well). Here’s the white with new sponsor Yokohama:

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PHOTO: Is this “leaked” image US Soccer’s 2015 away kit?

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It seems this Tuesday in December is headed for the gossip dogs’ win column.

Hours after Zelalemageddon, the serial kit-leakers at Footyheadlines.com have brought us an image that may or may not be the United States international away jersey for 2015.

The V-neck blue shirt features a few different hues of blues that meet at the bottom in navy.

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I’m nearly past the point of hating uniforms, even though I’d love for the States to go to a more uniform look (nothing wrong with the current home shirt, after all). Even though it isn’t my cup of tea, I don’t see any reason to be outraged with this shirt.

To be fair, the “bomb pop” shirts of last summer are holding up to the test of time (In other words, doing far better than their first impression).

So what do you think? Is it real and, if so, is it good?