17 October 2013
Last updated at 15:36
The team that inspired our gallery, Spanish 3rd division side La Hoya's bright green shirt has broccoli all over it and has matching shorts. The team say they picked the design because they are based in Murcia, an area famous for the green vegetable. We're not sure that's a good enough excuse!
Meet Jorge Campos, former Mexican goalkeeper and outrageous fashion icon. Campos was allowed to design his own kits during his career for the team. Click to the next image to see what he came up with!
You wouldn't struggle to spot the goalie wearing this outfit! Jorge was only 5'6" tall, which is pretty short for a goalkeeper. So he probably needed the bright colours to distract the opposition strikers.
Gareth Southgate in the strip worn by the England team during Euro '96. Is he looking gutted because of the awful kit he's being forced to wear, or is it because he just missed the vital spot-kick as England lost in the semi-finals to arch rivals Germany? You decide.
No wonder Dutch legend Ruud Gullit looks angry. No one wants to be seen in a kit like that. This was Chelsea's away kit between 1995 and 1996. There's a lot of stuff going on in a very small space on that shirt.
Another picture of Ruud Gullit in that lovely Chelsea away shirt. After all, it'd be 'Ruud' not to!
Oh Cameroon! What were you thinking? Sleeveless? Really?! This team wore this 'interesting' number during the 2002 African Cup of Nations. However, the rest of the world was cruelly denied a glimpse of these tournament tank-tops after Fifa banned them from wearing them at the World Cup in the same year.
Why wear a normal shirt when you can wear a bright yellow snow globe? Known as the 'bird poo kit' Norwich City actually kept this monstrosity for three seasons. Poor John Barnes, no-one deserves to be surrounded by such an eyesore.
Bananas in pyjamas? Or just Newcastle United players in their worst kit ever? Damien Duff (pictured) seems to be asking "Why do I have to wear this?" Poor guy. Thankfully it was only the away kit for the 2009-2010 season.
Even Lionel Messi, the greatest footballer in the world can't escape this dreadful sunrise of an outfit - Barcelona's away kit for 2012-13. They've chosen the colours of the Catalan flag this year. Wise move Barca!
Check out Ryan Giggs on the left, in Manchester United's notorious grey shirt. Not just a fashion flop, the team blamed the strip for a dreadful first half display against Southampton in 1996 and changed it at half-time. The players claimed they couldn't see each other against the backdrop of the crowd.
Hard to spot but this is Italian team Napoli wearing an outrageous camouflage kit this season against Arsenal in the Champions League. There was no hiding place though as they were well beaten 2-0.