Top 10 Worst Premier League Kits
23 November 2017 • By - Adam Bromfield
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The Premier League has seen some shocking kits since it was introduced in 1992 – so why not go through the worst Premier League kits! Feast your eyes on the monstrosities below!
1. Chelsea Away Kit 1994-1996
A shocking grey and orange combination – even Ruud Gullit couldn’t pull it off!
2. Manchester United Away Kit 1995/96
It was clear what the fans thought as this kit has been voted ‘worst ever kit’ in a fans’ poll.
Even the manager hated it! Fergie once used the kit as an excuse to losing a game as ‘the players couldn’t pick each other out. They said it was difficult to see their team-mates at distance when they lifted their heads.’
3. Liverpool Third Kit 2013/14
What is going on? Too many colours, too many patterns.
Liverpool had a smashing season in 2013/14, which was lucky, because they looked a right mess when on their travels!
4. Everton Away Kit 2010/11
Monstrosity. Everton were sponsored by a Thai Beer company for this season but it would’ve been much more appropriate to be sponsored by Barbie!
5. Liverpool Goalkeeper Kit 1995-97
As worn by David James – what was worse? Definitely a common kit when football fans think of the worst Premier League kits.
6. Chelsea Away Kit 2007/08
This luminous-yellow kit wasn’t one of Chelsea’s best. I’m sure the players had to make sure they were passing to each-other and not a steward.
7. Tottenham Third Kit 2016/17
A historic season for Tottenham – highest ever finish and the last season at White Hart Lane.
However, sporting this kit on the few occasions was unfair for their fans!
8. Manchester United Third Kit 1992-94
While iconic for United fans – the shirt was pretty bad and a reminder to why they switched to red!
Half-and-half shirts have a tendency to be awful.
9. Huddersfield Third Kit 2017/18
The only kit on the list coming from this season! Fingers crossed we never have to see this.
10. Nottingham Forest Away Kit 1995-97
Looks like a child has gone a crayon rampage – shocking.