England fans will be able to show their true colours after the release of a new passport-themed third strip.
Dubbed Brex-kit, the reversible shirt is blue on one side and burgundy on the other, allowing everyone to have their have their say on the EU debate.
“The nation may be divided over Brexit, but we believe this groundbreaking football top will unite all supporters,” declared marketing manager Gustav Copperknob.
“Leavers and remainers can proudly stand side-by-side on the terraces in Russia and in the pubs of England to cheer on the national team, safe in the knowledge that the mixture of sun, all-day drinking and politically charged branding will help create a winning atmosphere.”
Some England fans have been angered after discovering the strip – which Boris Johnson hopes will be worn by Gareth Southgate’s squad against European opposition at the World Cup – will be manufactured in Poland.
“It’s an absolute disgrace,” screamed supporter Dave Bulldog.
“If I see any libtard walking round my local in that burgundy shirt then my fists will be voting they leave, sharpish!”
This is not the first time a football team has jumped on the Brexit bandwagon.
Grimsby Town have attempted to tap into their Vote Leave fanbase by releasing a gammon away kit.