The United States' new jersey is identical to England's away jersey
One kit. Three nations.
The United States football team have launched their new kit, manufactured by Nike. The all-red kit will be worn by the US in their World Cup qualifier against Honduras next month in California.
According to Nike, the new jersey is "adorned with several patriotic flares" and features a "pervasive red aesthetic... a core color of the United States flag."
It also looks very familiar.
Firstly, it is almost identical to England's away jersey, with the only difference being the black trim on the US jersey. Whereas the England jersey features a blue trim.
And it looks nearly identical to Portugal's home kit, bar the grim trim.
The American kit features red socks, unlike the England and Portugal kits, but otherwise, it's pretty much the same kit and jersey.
Nike aren't the first manufacturers to use templates when creating kits, but some on social media were quick to sport the similarities with the other kits.
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In fairness, it was always going to be downhill for American kits after this:
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