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Football Kits Ranked 'Work Of Art' To 'Burn It'

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Football Kits Ranked 'Work Of Art' To 'Burn It'

It's Football Shirt Friday in aid of the Bobby Moore fund, so we decided to ranked the best and worst football kits of all time, from 'work of art' to 'burn it.'

Everyone loves a football shirt, whether it's their own team's kit from the current season or an absolute classic from elsewhere, the right kit can be a thing of beauty.

Of course the wrong kit can tarnish your club forever, especially the season it belonged it. Can you even remember a terrible kit winning any silverware?

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We ranked some of the best, and worst, kits of all time. It's not going to be perfect, and you'll no doubt have your own very strong opinions of what we've picked but please be kind...

Our kit ranking. Image: Tiermaker
Our kit ranking. Image: Tiermaker

Work of art: Denmark 86, USA 94, Juventus 95, Croatia 98, West Germany 90, Fiorentina 92, Netherlands 74

Beautiful: Arsenal 91, Rangers 96, Crystal Palace 80, Sampdoria 91, Club America 94, Roma 87, Parma 98, Boca 81, Ajax 95, France 98, Newcastle 95, Mexico 98, Napoli 89, Celtic 67, Brazil 94, Nigeria 18, Colombia 90, Cameroon 02

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Lower league 2020: Bury AFC, North Ferriby, Clapton FC, Halifax Town, 1874 Northwich, Loch Ness FC, Southend United

Awful: Newcastle 09, Norwich 92, Chelsea 20, Manchester United 20, Huddersfield 93, Athletic Bilbao 04, Celtic 91, Coventry 78, England 96, Liverpool 13, Hearts 16, Sheffield United 95, Peterborough 93, Hull 92

Burn it: Ukraine Rostov 18, Palencia 16, Loja CD 17, Colorado Caribous 78, Bedale AFC 20, Deportiva Leonesa 15, Fiorentina 92

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Quick explanation of that middle tier, in case you were somehow confused, just wanted to give a shout out to some lovely kits from League Two and non league football in England from this year that you might not have seen.

Fiorentina have managed to pull off what should be almost impossible, as they released a kit in the 'work of art' and 'burn it' categories from the same year, 1992.

Whilst the first kit is a thing of beauty, and could have been joined by other shirts from the same team, their away shirt had to be pulled because the zig-zag shapes in the shirt accidentally made a swastika, oops.

The rest of the 'burn it' pile are generally some modern shockers with shrimps, muscles and a tuxedo all gracing the front of the shirt.

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Broccoli and a Simpson meme have also featured on teams' shirts in recent years but there wasn't room for every bad kit!

Featured Image Credit: Tiermaker

Topics: Liverpool, Chelsea, Celtic, Manchester United, World Football, Football Kit, International Football, Premier League, Ajax, Juventus, Napoli, Newcastle United, Rangers

Ryan Sidle
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