England will wear Nike kits for the first time next year after ending its long association with Umbro, the
The FA announced American sportswear giant Nike would design and make the clothing for the national team's men's and women's sides at every level from spring next year.
The contract runs until
And rather than stick with the
The FA refused to confirm the value of the deal but it is understood to be at least the same value as the contract signed with Umbro.
It also includes sponsorship rights at the new National Football Centre and Wembley and the supply of match balls for the FA Cup.
FA general secretary
"It is an extremely exciting time for both parties with the opening of St George's Park this year and The FA's 150th anniversary in 2013.
"I would also like to place on record our gratitude to Umbro and their significant contribution to the game, the FA and England teams, over a 60-year period."
"We look forward to supporting England teams at every level with innovative product technology and playing our part to help develop the future of English football through our support of St George's Park."
England's current home strip was only launched in February for two years and any change of kit after just 12 months may not impress supporters.