Ireland's Euro 2016 jersey has finally been revealed

The jersey will go on sale on March 10th

BY Daniel Kelly 13:02 Friday 4 March 2016, 13:02 4 Mar 2016

Ireland's jersey that will be worn in Euro 2016 has been revealed.

The FAI and Umbro are among the last countries to reveal their kits ahead of the tournament. The away kit is expected to be revealed next month.

Unlike recent Irish kits, orange features heavily in the home jersey. The main change to the previous Ireland jersey is the addition of orange trim in the collars along with orange down the sides of the jerseys.

The jersey

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Martin O'Neill's side face Sweden, Belgium and Italy at the tournament and the team will be expected to wear the home kit at least twice in France.

The kit is expected to be first worn later this month in a friendly against Switzerland in the Aviva Stadium. The jersey goes on sale on March 10th.

Let us know what you think of the jersey on twitter @NewstalkSport

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