Saturday's edition of Football Focus will come from the National Football Museum in Manchester, To mark the occasion, the BBC asked you to send in photos of your great - and not-so-great kits, via the @BBCSport Twitter account using #myfirstfootballkit. Here's a selection.
Good grief. Did Scotland really play in this? Graeme Davison has dug out this remarkable early 1990s Umbro effort. "And it still fits," he tweets.
Manchester City swept all before them to win the First Division (now Championship) title under Kevin Keegan in 2001-02, and Joe Lowe cheered them on in this shirt. "It was too big for me at the time," he tweets.
Who's this cheeky young chap modelling Liverpool's 1985-87 away kit? Don't let the lack of highlights fool you - it's none other than BBC Sport pundit Robbie Savage.
Awwww. Mark Walker had this classic Umbro West Brom kit from the days of Bryan Robson, Laurie Cunningham and Cyrille Regis. That might be the away kit on the right.
Future BBC Radio 5 live and TV commentator Conor McNamara wears this Republic of Ireland effort from the early 1980s. He tweets: "Wish I had that much hair now..."
The late 1970s and Colin Butterworth was wearing this charming version of Everton's kit, made by his mum. Who needs expensive replica shirts?
In the days when Tony Cascarino and Teddy Sheringham played up front together as Millwall played in the top flight, a young Liam Simmonds was bought this kit.
Francis Lee, Colin Bell and Mike Summerbee destroyed First Division defences in the late 1960s and early 1970s wearing this kit, sported here by a young Gary James. "Mine was bought from Donaldson's in Hyde," he tweets.
Manchester City fan Alex Livesey in his first kit in 1973. City finished League Cup and Charity Shield runners up that season.
"Ian Rush... John Barnes... Collymore... He's won it!" This was the kit in which Liverpool beat Newcastle in a 4-3 thriller in April 1996, and was Yath Gangakumaran's first shirt.
Ray Read got to meet Chelsea midfielder John Bumstead while wearing the 1986-87 home shirt. Some serious 1980s fashion statements going on in the background too.
The Swindon 1996 kit worn as the club won the old Division Two (now League One) title, modelled by Tom Otrebski. It includes the diamond badge which was in place from 1991-2007.
Celtic may not have won a trophy in 1997, but that did not stop Paul McDaid getting right behind his team, scarf and all.