The Ugliest Football Kits Ever SeenBy Peter C
Ever seen some team’s jersey and you are just like “whooooooa.” The beauty, touch, design are spellbound and you’re are very impressed. Well, some others are seen and you just find them irritating and totally ugly. We take a look at some of the ugliest football kits we have ever seen.
Huddersfield Town (1993)
Huddersfield’s second/away kit way back in 1993 was not beautiful to the eyes. Although it was created early enough, it was considered not impressive enough. It will go down as one of the most ridiculous football kits in history.
Adidas has been the major kit designer for the Anfield outfit over the years but the jersey designed for the 1995-96 season was very ugly. The world-renowned kit makers should have done better as the jersey lacked any sort of beauty.
It would come as a surprise for a lot of Liverpool fans due to the designer’s credibility and antecedents.
This was exactly 30 years since the Three Lions hosted and won the World Cup. During the 1996 football calendar, England paraded a jersey that was not fit to be called one by any standard. As the hosts of this tournament, the team eventually got eliminated in the semifinals.
To say the Celtic side of the 1991-1992 season had a calamitous campaign that coincided with the jersey design is not entirely funny. Blue and red – colors of eternal rivals, Rangers – were part of the lackluster color combinations on the kit.