It is unlikely to go down at all well with England fans, but kit suppliers Nike are reportedly set to bring out another two new shirts before the World Cup.
In what would be an unprecedented move, Nike look set to cash in on England reaching the World Cup finals in Brazil next year by bringing out four national team shirts in less than 12 months.
Fans are unlikely to be overly happy at the prospect of forking out yet again for new 'home' and 'away' shirts if Nike do go ahead and produce another two new sets before the World Cup, as reported by the Daily Mail.
For Nike, the reason is simple: the FA's 150th anniversary supposedly required a new kit, while the normal cycle of releases coincides with World Cups.
A Nike spokeswoman is quoted as saying: "These are unusual circumstances because of when we started the FA agreement and the need to recognise England’s 150 anniversary this year.
"After the World Cup a normal kit cycle will resume. The home shirt will stay the same for two years and the away one for 18 months."
The public responded angrily at the kit supplier producing new home and away shirts at the end of last season and fans may now have to pay again for 'current' kits before the World Cup.
Nike assumed the £25m-a-year England shirt deal from former suppliers Umbro despite their predecessors having a contract in place until 2018.