Although Ireland's place at EURO 2020 hasn't been confirmed, we all know by now that the AVIVA Stadium will hold four matches at next summer's championships.
Due to the special nature of the tournament taking place over the whole continent of Europe, rather than in one or two countries, Adidas have decided to mark the occasion with a series of special-edition 'city' jerseys.
According to Footy Headlines, this is the jersey which marks the four matches that will take place in Dublin.
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The jersey is based on Adidas' recent 'icon jerseys, with the design being based off the Adidas template used in EURO 92, as modelled below by the French.
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The jersey is 'inspired by the 90s and the Irish national team', featuring the tricolour on the shoulders and a generic football logo on the chest.
On the back, there are two odes to the host city of Dublin. The city's iconic three castles crest is placed below the neck. Likewise, 'Ath Cliath' is emblazoned on the bottom of the jersey.
12 of these jerseys will be released by Adidas in the lead-up to the championships, one for each host city. Per Footy Headlines, the jersey is set to retail at a whopping €80. Instead of forking out 80 quid, you could always root out an old Dublin City jersey from back in the day.