The England footballers and officials have been kitted out in all-wool suits woven and finished in Huddersfield.
The cloth, designed by Bradford firm J H Clissold and Son - who also supplied the yarn - was woven by Bradley-based C and J Antich and finished by W T Johnson, of Moldgreen.
The suits were made up by tailoring firm BMB Menswear, of Leeds, for England's team sponsor, Burtons.
The England footballers will wear the made-to-measure suits when travelling between venues during their World Cup campaign in Japan this summer.
England fans will be able to buy off-the-peg versions of the suit at Burton stores.
The cloth - in a classic dark navy - was selected by fashion-conscious England captain David Beckham from a selection of designs provided by Clissold.
Clissold managing director Adrian Berry said: "The team will look very elegant. English football is enjoying a revival under Beckham's captaincy, and if they look smart off the field they will play smart on it."
Chris Antich, managing director of C and J Antich, said: "It is a splendid thing to be involved with.
"David Beckham has made a good choice. It is a beautiful piece of cloth.
"The contract also shows there is teamwork in the textile industry!"
Paul Johnson, managing director of W T Johnson, said: "The best thing about it is that England will be wearing suits manufactured in the UK from start to finish."
It is the second time that England's footballers have teamed up with Huddersfield's renowned textile trade.
Parkland Manufacturing, of Lockwood, provided the cloth which was made into stylish, single-breasted grey worsted suits for the England Euro 2000 squad.
Huddersfield mills have been providing fine-quality suits for celebrities for many years.
Lockwood-based Taylor and Lodge provided cloth for a range of suits, jackets and trousers for present US President George W Bush.
The company helped kit out 007 film star Pierce Brosnan in a stylish blue blazer in the James Bond movie The World Is Not Enough.
It has also made suits for Peter Sallis, who plays Clegg in the BBC TV comedy Last Of The Summer Wine.
Other famous people to wear Huddersfield cloth include former US president Jimmy Carter and ex-Prime Minister James Callaghan.