The new Scotland home shirt for 2017-19 has been unveiled and will be available to purchase from tomorrow (Tuesday 7 November) at 9am.

The new Scotland home jersey (Modelled by Leigh Griffiths) is a modern take on a classic adidas print used in the 1990s incorporated into a dark blue base. A white ribbed v-neck collar with blue tipping harks back to the kit design from one of Scotland’s most successful periods.

At the bottom of the shirt, there is an embroidered thistle.

The full kit is finished with a clean white short and red sock.

It will be worn for the first time by Scotland Under-19s who play Luxembourg in their European Qualifying round on Wednesday before the men’s ‘A’ squad don the jersey for their Vauxhall International Challenge match against the Netherlands on Thursday night at Pittodrie.

For the first time, there will also be a women’s fitted kit which will be worn by the Scotland Women’s National Team and also available to buy.

Pricing is as follows:

Men’s home shirt: £60

Men’s home shorts: £28

Men’s home socks: £15

Women’s home shirt: £55

Youth home shirt: £55

Youth home shorts: £27

Junior home shirt: £45

Junior shorts: £23

Junior socks: £12

Mini home kit: £45

The shirt is available to buy online through JD Sports online and in all JD outlets from Tuesday, 7 November at 9am as well as the Scottish Football Museum Shop at Hampden Park.

All home kit purchases will be accompanied by a free Scotland flag as well as a voucher granting free entry to the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park for one person.

The new away kit will be launched next year.