The Egyptian Football Association (EFA) have unveiled the new kit for Egypt's national football team.
The EFA published photos of the home shirt in red and the away shirt in white on their Facebook page.
The Puma kit is familiar to the Pharaohs, who wore the same kit during a hugely-successful four-year stint that saw them win the Nations Cup three times in a row in 2006, 2008 and 2010.
The EFA honored Ahly's and national team winger Moamen Zakaria as he appeared wearing the brand new kit alongside his fellow players in the pictures published to Facebook.
Zakaria missed games in the previous months due to muscle atrophy disease that prevents him from playing.
The Pharaohs, who are seven-time African champions, are due to continue their campaign in the Nations Cup qualifiers, but the final dates of the remaining matches haven’t yet been set.
Egypt were held to draws by minnows Kenya and Comoros in their opening qualifying games for the next Africa Cup of Nations last year.