Lyle & Scott For The Love Of The Game Collection

If you’re big football fans like us here at Coolector HQ, you’ll likely be well aware of the impending start (albeit 12 months late) to Euro 2020. In celebration of this fact, the guys at Lyle & Scott have just launched their retro-tastic For The Love Of The Game Collection which will definitely appeal to those with a love of all things 90s football.

The Euros is a pretty big deal for us football fans and we all dream of our nation bringing the trophy home (more in hope than expectation as England fans) and this new For The Love Of The Game Collection from Lyle & Scott is inspired by the kits worn in the 90s which arguably is when England came closest to success in the competition. If you want to show your support in style this summer, grabbing one of these first class shirts is a real no brainer.

90s Vibes Abound

As children of the 90s, we’re pretty obsessed with this For The Love Of The Game Collection from Lyle & Scott as it represents a time when we were in our pomp from a football playing and loving perspective and it does a fine job of capturing the aesthetics of the international shirts of the era. If you grew up during this decade, chances are you’ll recognise a few of these classic shirts right off the bat.

The Lyle & Scott For The Love Of The Game Collection features shirts based on classic England, Scotland, Belgium and the Netherlands to name but a few and, priced at £55, they are typically cheaper than your average football shirt today so you can look good in time for the Euros without having to break the bank. And, as with all Lyle & Scott goods, these football-inspired shirts feature the brands Golden Eagle motif.

Lyle & Scott are a favourite menswear brand of ours here at Coolector HQ and these new shirts really tap into our love of the beautiful game. If you’re as excited about the impending Euros as we are and want to show your support in the most stylish way possible – grabbing one of these eye-catching, retro-inspired shirts is the way to go.

Leo is the owner of The Coolector and writes about the stuff he loves. And some stuff that he merely likes.