The team are expected to wear the kit against Belgium and Italy
The FAI and Umbro have revealed what Ireland's away kit will look like for Euro 2016.
Following on from the launch of the home kit in early March, Martin O'Neill's side are expected to wear the kit against Belgium and Italy in their final two Group E games.
The jersey is predominately white, with dark green stripes on the arms and on the side of the torso. The shorts are dark green, with white socks.
Unlike the home jersey, orange does not feature in the latest release. It's expected to go on sale next week on May 6th.
Ireland's next game is at home to the Netherlands in Dublin on May 27th. Four days later, Ireland face Belarus in their final Euro 2016 warm-up game. That takes place in Turner's Cross in Cork
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