Italy and Germany's World Cup jerseys appear to have been leaked
The final European World Cup qualifiers will be played over the next week, and we can almost all of these jerseys to be on display in Russia next summer.
The designs of several kits, including England, Portugal, Brazil and France, have been leaked and find themselves on Footy Headlines, a website that is rarely wrong when it comes to new football jerseys.
The website has also has images of the new Germany jersey and the new Italy kit. The World Cup doesn't begin until June 14 next year, but kit manufacturers have been working on the jerseys for quite some time. According to Footy Headlines, this Germany jersey was first unveiled at a presentation last March and it will be available to buy next month.
Fans of a certain age will recognise the design of the jersey, as it appears to be based on West Germany's jersey in the 1990 World Cup, a tournament they won.
— Club Curva (@Club_Curva) July 23, 2017
The new Italy jersey has also been leaked. The Azzurri are currently in second place in qualification for the World Cup, three points behind Spain with two games to play, so they may have to go through the play-offs to reach Russia, but they'll look the part when they make it there eventually.
Italy's new kit also features a redesigned crest.
The jersey designs for Brazil, England, France and Portugal have also been leaked.
The new kits are due to be launched for the November international fixtures, and here's how the jerseys could look.