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The five worst football kits to have ever existed…

We can all agree on the best part of the football season, right?

No, it’s not the title race going down to the wire, nor the Champions League final. The East Anglia derby? Close, but way off. The pinnacle of any season takes place before a ball is even kicked; when every club reveal their new kits for the forthcoming campaign.

We’ve all experienced the dizzying anticipation of wondering whether the manufacturer of our side’s strip will add flames here or tiger print there (Liverpool’s 13/14 third kit and Hull’s 92/93 home kit anyone?)

Inevitably, the months of rumours surrounding a retro-inspired design come to nothing and we have to settle for nothing more than a “snazzy new collar” added to something we paid £60 for 12 months ago.

However, sometimes the kit Gods really deliver something so left-field it leaves us speechless… or reaching for the sick bucket. From James Bond inspired attire to a shirt that wouldn’t look out of place at a stag party, here is a collection of 5 kits you really have to see to believe!

Article title: The five worst football kits to have ever existed…

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