Revealed: Here's the away jersey that Martin O'Neill's men will be wearing at Euro 2016
Published 29/04/2016 | 11:42
A major tournament is almost upon us once again which means that countries will be bringing out at least one new strip for fans to clad themselves in before cheering on their team.
Umbro teased Ireland's new away jersey a few weeks back, only showing us enough of it to know that it was predominantly white. They have now released the whole thing and it will be interesting to hear what fans think about it.
The body is all white, while the sleeves feature green stripes. It is certainly a fresh look and it's hard to imagine another nation's fans having snazzier upper arms during Euro 2016.
Wes Hoolahan looks the most taken with the new kit. He just can't keep his hands off those sleeves.
Ireland start their European Championship campaign against Sweden in the Stade de France in Paris on June 13th before playing Belgium in Bordeaux on June 18th. Their final group game is against Italy in Lille four days later on June 22nd.