Scotland will show off their new Adidas home kit for the first time on Tuesday but pictures have accidentally emerged online of the new strip.
The kit, a picture of which is accessible on the Scottish Football Association’s official online store, features a circular badge and a collar.
The new strip is the first bespoke design the national team will sport from the manufacturers, having been given an off-the-shelf design when a previous deal with Diadora expired.
Scotland last played with a round badge in 1988 and the design last featured at a major tournament at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.
Adidas took over as the manufacturer of Scotland kits in 2010, ending a seven-year association with Diadora. Fila and Umbro are the only other two companies to have made jerseys for the national team.