Arsenal, Newcastle and Chelsea ... the 10 worst English football kits – in pictures

Arsenal, Newcastle and Chelsea ... the 10 worst English football kits – in pictures
Arsenal, Newcastle and Chelsea ... the 10 worst English football kits – in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - 10) Tottenham Hotspur 2006/07 third kit: Some might claim it’s a ‘chocolate’ coloured strip, but it’s not, it’s brown. This strip stinks and even the smart gold trim cannot rescue it. Getty

9) Manchester City 1999-2001 away kit: A high-quality atrocity from Le Coq Sportif. A shiny silver look that feels part aluminium foil, part glam rock and part birthday wrapping paper. Just for good measure, the luminous yellow and dark blue stripes down the front are apparently a nod to the 1999 play-off final kit that was also hideous. Getty

8) Norwich City 1992-94 home: An infamous abstract misuse of Norwich’s colours by Ribero worn during a fabulous period in the club’s history. A time of Jeremy Goss volleys, Mark Robins goals and European adventure will always be tarnished by this kit. Inexplicably, Norwich would decide to replicate the design in 2016/17, albeit in white. Getty

7) Everton 1994/96 away: Single random grey stripe down one side of a white top and two patches of abstract patterns evocative of a nasty migraine. Similar patterns on the shorts but with pitch black replacing the white. A dreadful kit. Allsport

6) Sheffield United 1995/96 home: A top-class blunderstorm. Avec dispenses with club tradition and fashion taste with equal determination. Awful pattern, dire design, Magnificently bad. Getty

5) Liverpool 2013/14 third: Three kits that seem to have been lumped together into one awful mess, for a season when Liverpool came agonisingly close to ending their title drought. Steven Gerrard might have been wearing the red home kit when he infamously slipped against Chelsea at Anfield towards the end of the season, but I bet he was thinking about this strip. Getty

4) Newcastle United 1997-98 away: Kevin Keegan and his team of Entertainers was gone and Kenny Dalglish had managed to suck all the enjoyment and flair out of the team. This ludicrous kit only added to the feeling of gloom. A hideous concoction of dark blue, dark green and orange as Adidas undid years of good work with one horror show. It might only have been worn a few times, but the damage was done. Getty

3) Bournemouth 1992/93 away: A truly sensational, absolute migraine of a kit from Matchwinner who really outdid themselves home and away from Dene Court this campaign. A repulsive purple and turquoise number that should really come with a public health warning. Courtesy Football Kit Archive

2) Arsenal 1991/93 home: There has been a suggestion that this infamous Adidas bashed banana, broken zig-zig eyesore has gained something of a cult following in recent years, but it's worth remembering that good things rarely come out of joining a cult. There’s no getting away from the fact it’s an absolute shocker. Getty

1) Chelsea 1994/96 away: A magnificently terrible kit and a worthy winner from Umbro in the mid 1990s. “I think a mix of greys, orange and dark blue would look good on a strip,” said no one, ever. Unforgivable. Allsport

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